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Native grasses win performance tests

More than one study shows good gains and low costs from native forages.
Native grasses win performance tests

Good gains are standard on well-managed native grasses, and researchers are now documenting it.

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Recent research shows integrating native grasses into grazing lands can be a good option for beef producers.

A literature review conducted by the University of Tennessee and funded by USDA found strong evidence that using native warm-season grasses caused steers to gain more weight per day and yield more beef per acre, compared with non-native grasses like tall fescue and bermudagrass.