West Virginia’s terrain is filled with grasslands and
pasture that’s well suited for raising animals. Through connections with local
farmers and a familiarity with the unique West Virginia farm landscape, WVU
Extension Service specialists have knowledge in livestock production, forage
quality, hay sales and pasture management.
Forage and Livestock Management after a Flood
Forage Crop Establishment
Pasture Based Livestock
Recovering from Mud
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