Podcast Episode #128

Episode #128

The heat, humidity and endophyte infected fescue found in Missouri and throughout the southeast present a real challenge to cattle producers there. Today Weston and I discuss things such as developing adapted genetics to your environment, calving window and other things that have helped him be a more profitable producer.

Resources Mentioned:
PCC Newsletters and Updates
Stockman Grass Farmer
Jim Gerrish
Greg Judy
Hand in Hand Livestock with Tina and Richard
Man, Cattle and Veld
Man Must Measure

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