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Article Of The Month

"Article of the Month" is an educational series designed to enhance the services of the South Florida Beef-Forage Program (SFBFP) to livestock producers. Each month will highlight appropriate information to guide producers. Articles will be prepared interchangeably among county livestock extension agents, researchers and statewide extension specialists. It is hoped that articles will generate more discussion on "Cattletalk", SFBFP's discussion group.

2010

Month Article Author(s)
January The Real Cost of Cutting Lime Reyna Speckmann - Range Cattle Research & Education Center, Extension Specialist
February Phosphorus Removal in Sod Production Systems in Florida Dr. Maria L. Silveira - Range Cattle Research & Education Center, Soil & Water Scientist
March Heifers Randy Gornto - Highlands County Extension, Livestock Agent
April Preventing Animal Loss From Plant Poisoning Bridget Carlisle - Extension Agent II - Livestock, UF/IFAS Polk County Extension
May Haylage of Warm-Season Perennial Grasses in Florida Dr. Joao Vendramini - Forage Agronomist, UF/IFAS, Range Cattle REC, Ona, FL
June Understanding Weed Control in Limpograss Dr. Brent Sellers - Weed Scientist, UF/IFAS, Range Cattle REC, Ona, FL
July Soil and Forage Fertility Christa L. Kirby, Extension Agent II, Livestock - Manatee County
August Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus: Vaccinate or Not Sonja C. Crawford, Hendry County Extension Agent II, 4-H/Livestock
September Establishment of Perennial Peanut Leslie (Les) Baucum, Regional Agronomic Extension Agent II
October Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation (BSE) Courtney Davis - Extension Agent I, Dairy/Water Quality, Okeechobee County Extension
November What are those bumps on your horses’ rump? Lindsey Wiggins - Multi-County Livestock Agent (Hendry, Glades, Charlotte, Lee, and Collier)
December Impact of Cattle Grazing in South Florida Pat Hogue - Okeechobee County Extension, Livestock Agent

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