Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Some cows I’ve seen lately look thinner than normal for this time of year. With more than a month of winter remaining, it could...

There is no time like the present to evaluate your pasture fields for damage from over grazing and weather related stress. While you are...

When the management of grazing is discussed, what are the topics of that discussion? Typically, they involve forage growth, forage varieties, soils, animal nutrition,...

The days are getting longer, which means spring is just around the corner! Having grown up in a warmer climate than Ohio, I like...

Let me paint you a winter pasture management picture. Here sits our grazier, indoors next to a cozy wood stove fire while the farm's...

Winter is here, are you ready? The single largest expense of keeping livestock is winter feeding costs. Winter feed costs will be expensive this...

The lack of adequate rainfall in our area this summer and fall left many producers with less forage than they would like, but that...

As the lazy, hazy days of summer have been replaced by Jack Frost and thoughts of sugar plums dancing in our heads, our farm...

Fall is in the air and Jack Frost will certainly arrive soon. Each year after the first hard frost, I usually answer phone calls...

October signals the coming end to our pasture-growing season. In some cases the growing season equals the grazing season. When pasture growth ends, so...
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