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Which wheat varieties maximize fall forage production in Kansas?

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2020 K-State wheat variety fall forage yield comparison

Every year the K-State Wheat Production Group compares the forage yield of several commonly grown wheat varieties and upcoming lines. Fall forage yield is an important aspect of dual-purpose wheat production. Learn which varieties showed the greatest forage production potential.

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Cover crops grown post-wheat for forage under dryland conditions in the High Plains

Post-wheat planted cover crops may offer a longer and more flexible grazing period than spring-planted cover crops within wheat-based dryland cropping systems. Read more in a new publication from researchers at K-State and Colorado State University.

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Small grain forage options for this fall

Small grain forages can be a profitable option for producers. They can be planted in the fall and either terminated or grazed out in the early spring, allowing time to plant a summer row crop if soil moisture is adequate.

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Update - Winter Forage Conference is going virtual

The annual Winter Forage Conference hosted by the Kansas Forage and Grassland Council and K-State has been moved to a virtual format. The conference will still take place on Dec. 10 with the same program of speakers. See this article for details on how to register.

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2021 wheat variety fall forage yield comparison

Fall forage yield is an important aspect of dual-purpose wheat production. While weather and management practices are two main factors affecting fall forage yield, there are differences among varieties with respect to fall forage potential.

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