The key to successful grazing is trying to predict what is down the road so we can be prepared for it.
Devote days with uncomfortable weather conditions to get caught up on farm bookwork and plans for the coming weeks.
The snow and cold remain, but that will soon change.
With the colder temperatures and calving season upon us, the nutrient requirement for momma cows is soon to be at its peak demand.
By CHRIS PENROSE and CLIF LITTLE Sorghum-sudangrass hybrids are warm season annual forages that look like sudangrass in growth but are generally taller, with larger stems and leaves. They are bred for productivity, high yielding and can grow to 15 feet without lodging. Sorghum-sudangrass can be grazed, green chopped, baled for hay, silage, haylage, cover […]
Despite the fact that it is a bit more expensive to plant novel endophyte fescue seed, you can offset the cost of establishing novel endophyte fescue by increasing livestock efficiency.
It’s hard to believe we’ve nearly reached the end of November! The leaves are falling, grain harvest is nearing completion, and it’s time to give some consideration to your pastures as we head into the cold winter months. Pastures provide an excellent source of feed for livestock and they must be managed for optimum quality […]
Corn harvest continues across the state and for every bushel harvested there is between 14 to 16 pounds of corn residue dry matter left in the field. Graziers need to view that residue as a resource opportunity. In recent years, between 3.3 to 3.6 million acres of corn have been harvested for grain in Ohio. […]
Are you using all the tools in your toolbox? As this is my first time writing an article for All About Grazing. I wasn’t sure what to write about. I looked back over all the articles that everyone else had written and realized that about every topic I considered writing about had already been covered. […]
This fall is the time to make the agronomic decisions needed for a successful grazing season next year.