AGRONOMIC STUDIES OF FORAGE BRASSICAS AS FULL-SEASON AND COVER CROPS FOR GRAZING IN NORTH DAKOTA

Annual forages represent a good feed resource to extend the grazing season into fall and winter, providing a good quality forage for the livestock, allowing more efficient use of rangeland, and improving soil properties. Many species in the Brassicaceae family are used as forages for grazing. Forage brassicas have high forage yield, high nutritive value, low cost of establishment and harvest (direct grazing), and provide many ecosystems services. Forage brassicas can be grown as full season forage crops or as cover crops planted after a grain crop.

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