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The Georgia Forages website is your window to information on a wide variety of forage management issues in Georgia and beyond. For a quick glance at Georgia's forage industries, check out the booklet entitled Georgia Forages: Quick facts about forages and grasslands in Georgia.

The information contained here is extended to you by scientists at the University of Georgia that continue to research aspects of forage and livestock management. The recommendations found in this website are based on peer-reviewed research conducted in Georgia and throughout the world. Please check this website regularly for updates, dates for upcoming events, and “Hot Topics." If you'd like to sponsor or exhibit at upcoming educational programs, visit our Sponsorship Opportunities page.

Hot Topics (more)


Plants that are Poisonous to Livestock Video Series
Why Interseed Alfalfa into Bermudagrass? (Video)
Summer Annuals as an Alternative Forage Crop (Video)
More HOT Topics Here


New Publications and Related Websites


NEW - Managing Bermudagrass Stem Maggots
Annual Ryegrass Control in Georgia Hayfields
Crabgrass Control in Georgia Hayfields
Understanding and Improving Forage Quality
Georgia Forages: Quick facts about forages and grasslands in Georgia
Forage Systems for Stocker Cattle
Cutting Cost not Corners: Managing Cattle in Tough Economic Times
UGA Feed Cost Analyzer Link --
UGA Basic Balancer Link --
Novel Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue
Soil and Fertilizer Management Considerations for Forage Systems in Georgia
Georgia Forages: Grass Species
Georgia Forages: Legume Species
Alfalfa Management in Georgia
Growing Alfalfa in the South
Forage Lectures on Video
The Management and Use of Bahiagrass
The Management and Use of Switchgrass in Georgia
Stocker Cattle: Performance and Calculated Pasture Costs



Click here for a special THANK YOU to those who contributed to the purchase of a new forage plot harvester!




Our Georgia Forages Web Site has been recognized twice by the American Society of Agronomy with a Certificate of Excellence in Extension Education.

ASA Award