A study of beef cattle in nine middle Virginia counties
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The counties involved in this study belong to the Piedmont Plateau. Soils are largely from crystalline rock and except for small areas of Davidson and Lloyd types, the soils are derived from acidic rock. The soils of this area are deficient in phosphorus but are fairly well supplied with potassium. In most cases lime and phosphate are the limiting factors in securing high yields of pasture and forage crops, and in getting stands of certain legumes.
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