Friday, June 24, 2016

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...

By Chris PenroseNow that we have up most of our hay for the year, we can start to determine if there will be enough...

The hot dry weather that typically accompanies the months of July and August reduces the growth and production of cool season pasture grasses. It...

When grass is green and abundant, our world as it relates to pasture management is serene. Perfect all the times, wouldn't it be nice...

Many pastures in Ohio contain tall fescue as one of the cool-season plants which make up our pasture's mix. Tall fescue is a persistent...

The 2008 farm bill provides many opportunities for grazing operations interested in improving their grassland and natural resources. The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)...

How are your pastures growing? If you are like most you would reply in terms like fast or rapid. It is the month of...

What are you going to do this summer when growth in your cool-season pastures slows down? What will you do if they stop growing...

Many of you have seen them -- farms split into paddocks where the animals are rotated each week, every three days, once a day...
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