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Should I Buy (or Retain) Stockers to Graze Wheat Pasture?

By Roger Sahs, Jeff Edwards and Eric DeVuyst. This fact sheet discusses factors that should be considered in deciding whether to buy or retain cattle to graze wheat pasture. Revised September 2019.

Beef CattleBudgets & RecordkeepingBusiness Planning & ManagementFarm & Ranch FinancesFinancial StatementsLivestockStocker Cattle
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Utilizing Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) for Feeder Cattle

This sheet explains the Livestock Risk Protection program for feeder cattle to help aid in the decision of whether or not to invest in the program.

Ag Law, Taxes, & InsuranceBeef CattleBusiness Strategy & MarketingFarm & Ranch FinancesInsuranceLivestockMarket OutlooksRisk ManagementStocker Cattle
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2018-2019 Small Grains Variety Performance Tests

Analyze a wheat crop overview in 2018-2019 by looking at factors like harvested acres, yield and total bushels.

Beef CattleCropsForageGrains & OilseedsLivestockPastures & ForageStocker CattleWheat
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Fall forage production and first hollow stem date in small grain varieties during the 2018-2019 crop year

Fall forage production potential is one of the major considerations in deciding which variety to plant. Dual-purpose wheat producers, for example, may find vari...

Beef CattleCropsForageForage GrassesGrains & OilseedsLivestockPastures & ForageRyeStocker CattleWheat
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Livestock Branding in Oklahoma

The beef cattle industry is a dynamic business that must continually adjust to market signals, public opinion, state and national policies, and other industry i...

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Managing Crabgrass in a Continuous Grazeout Wheat System

This report describes what was learned in managing this system for four years.

Beef CattleForage GrassesLivestockPastures & Forage
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Impact of Grazing on Wheat Grain Yield

This fact sheet explores how much grazing decreases wheat grain yield when cattle are removed in a timely fashion.

Beef CattleCropsGrains & OilseedsGrazing ManagementLivestockRangeland ManagementStocker CattleWheat
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