Learn why cattle stay clear of certain weeds, leading to decreased forage utilization.
The point of pasture weed control is more grass for grazing or better hay in the barn. A few simple steps can make either a reality.
This Missouri rancher used a long-lasting residual herbicide to beat back troublesome weeds and grow more grass. By weeding out the competition, his pastures kept cattle gaining - even during drought years.
Rising grain prices, along with drought-tightened hay inventories, give cattle producers ample incentive to focus on maximizing pasture production this grazing season. Learn how DuraCor® herbicide can help boost per-acre beef production.
Buckhorn plantain is tolerant of clipping, close grazing and drought. Left untreated, it can be invasive and persistent in pastures and hay meadows. Learn how to control it with DuraCor® herbicide.