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Every farm has badlands,or wooded property! 05/15/2011 @ 4:30pm If I produced beef I would plant all acres that are not tillable or easily developable to Orchardgrass,to provide a good ballance of pasture and nutritional longevitie to the feedlot. Orchardgrass also is an easy grass to start in already pastures,and worn down alfalfa stands.Beef is getting higher,and it is time the consummer thinks about what goe's in to producing that burger! It does not just gro on trees!

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