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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Crops » Forages

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  • MF1072
    MF1072
    Small Grain Cereals for Forage

    Small grain cereals (winter wheat, rye, barley, etc.) can be a valuable forage supplement to summer annuals and native grass pastures, and a good primary forage when backgrounding beef cattle.

    $0.55
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  • L876
    L876
    Prescribed Burning Equipment

    Prescribed burning of grassland sometimes requires unique equipment, but often common tools and equipment can be adapted. Equipment is needed to suppress or control fire, & to ignite it.

    $0.46
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  • L514
    L514
    Management Following Wildfire

    Management after a burn is important. It is important to restrict grazing and reduce stocking rates on the burned area.

  • C402
    C402
    Smooth Brome Production and Utilization

    This guide describes the steps involved in the production of smooth bromegrass (Bromus inermis). 8 p.

    $0.56
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  • MF1042
    MF1042
    Native Hay Meadow Management

    Prairie hay provides inexpensive forage for livestock & is a valuable asset to Kansas producers. Native hay meadows require careful management for sustained quality & forage yield.

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