• Bermudagrass 

    Hansen, Tom; Kallenbach, Robert L.; Mammen, Rick; Crawford, Richard; Massie, Matt; Bishop-Hurley, Gregory J. (University of Missouri Extension, 2000-06)
    Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon), a warm-season grass native to southeast Africa, is widely grown in the southeastern United States and is gaining popularity in southern Missouri. It is a deep-rooted, sod-forming grass that ...
  • Eastern Gamagrass 

    Roberts, Craig A. (Craig Arthur); Kallenbach, Robert L. (University of Missouri Extension, 1999-05)
    Eastern gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides) is a warm-season bunch grass native to the eastern United States and is still often found east of Kansas and Oklahoma. This highly productive grass is best adapted to wet habitats; ...
  • Forage Crop Irrigation Systems and Economics 

    Milhollin, Ryan; Massey, Raymond E., 1957-; Horner, Joe L.; Zulovich, Joseph M.; Kallenbach, Robert L. (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2013-11)
    Irrigation presents an opportunity for Missouri forage producers to mitigate production risk from drought. This guide explores three areas to consider before choosing a forage irrigation system: expected forage response, ...
  • Hurry Up and Wait: Replanting Decisions for Pastures During Drought 

    Roberts, Craig A. (Craig Arthur); Kallenbach, Robert L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2009-02)
    Drought typically causes Missouri cattlemen to be concerned about their pastures. These concerns can turn to thoughts of replanting, but such plans may be premature.
  • Missouri's Ultimate Feed Alternative: Ammoniated Tall Fescue 

    Roberts, Craig A. (Craig Arthur); Kallenbach, Robert L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2009-02)
    To stretch short feed supplies, livestock producers could ammoniate low-quality tall fescue hay. Ammoniated hay is hay placed under a tarp and treated with a maximum of 60 pounds of anhydrous ammonia per ton of hay. After ...
  • Nitrate Problems in Livestock Feed and Water 

    Kallenbach, Robert L.; Evans, Tim (University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2014-04)
    Nitrogen (N) is an essential element for plant growth and thus a necessary part of global food systems. But when nitrogen concentrations are excessive or out of place, problems occur. The principle sources of nitrogen ...
  • Smooth Bromegrass 

    Roberts, Craig A. (Craig Arthur); Kallenbach, Robert L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2000-05)
    Smooth bromegrass (Bromus inermis) is a cool-season grass introduced into the United States from Hungary in 1884. Smooth bromegrass was widely used in the upper half of North America during the late 19th and early 20th ...