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Alliance provides seed quality control for forage

A producer establishing new tall fescue stands with one of the nontoxic (novel)-endophyte-infected tall fescue varieties needs assurance that the seed actually contains viable nontoxic endophyte. Laboratory tests are now available that can detect the presence or absence of endophyte in the seed as well as determine if the endophyte present is a nontoxic or toxic endophyte (one that produces ergot alkaloids that cause tall fescue toxicosis).

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Breeding cows and heifers on wheat pasture

Many areas of Oklahoma have grown some wheat pasture for use as winter feed. Some producers may have questions about the utilization of wheat pasture for growing replacement heifers or cows before, during, and after their first breeding season.

Pasture and Rangeland

Reducing yucca in rangeland

Yucca plants, which are also called soapweed by many people, have nearly overrun many rangelands. There are ways, though, to reclaim those grazinglands.


Alfalfa production in North Florida

Most of the Alfalfa in the United States is produced in the North- and Mid-West; as a result, the transportation cost to bring alfalfa hay to Florida is high. At the same time, alfalfa hay has a strong market in southeast states.

Pasture and Rangeland

Noble releases four new small grains forages

In the early 1950s, the Noble Foundation established its forage breeding program, specifically developing improved cultivars for four small grains species: rye, wheat, oat and triticale (a rye/wheat hybrid). Through the generations, the program has developed historic new cultivars, such as Elbon, Oklon and Maton rye varieties, that have enhanced agricultural production. Today, the Noble Foundation's small grains breeding program is the longest running breeding program in the Foundation's history.


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