Saturday, May 28, 2016

Another new year has arrived with the usual mix of interesting weather for livestock producers. As we begin our attempt to keep those New...

Dairy cows fed high-quality forage produce more milk with less supplementation than cows fed lower-quality forage. High quality pastures do not happen by accident,...

Well, that time of year is almost upon us. You know what these coming winter months mean -- greasy, slimy, aggravating mud. It makes...

Now that the time has changed, my thought process has changed to planning for the winter and into next year. I went into a...

A small farm livestock owner recently asked me about the benefit of pasture aeration and the application of fertilizer and lime. To answer the...

Winter is here, are you ready? The single largest expense of keeping livestock is winter-feeding costs. Livestock owners can reduce and minimize the cost...

BARNESVILLE, Ohio — The Barnesville Progressive Home Helpers held a meeting Sept. 19 at the Main Street United Methodist Church in Barnesville. The fair...

There are a limited number of days left in our growing season here in Ohio and the opportunity to increase your dry matter as...

Earlier in the year there were several articles in this column addressing planning ahead for the possibility of drought. In April, Mark Sulc warned...

Fall is one of the most crucial time periods for our cool season pastures. The most important activity a livestock producer should be doing...
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