Friday, June 24, 2016

Well, it has been just over a year ago that I retired from my job as Ohio NRCS state grassland conservationist, but I am...

As we wind down the 2012 year, it is time to assess what worked for us and what we can improve on for next...

It looks like the drought of 2012 is in the record books. Rainfall is back and we actually have seen pastures and hayfields recover...

It seems there are never enough days in the fall of the year to accomplish all the things I want/need to do. Daylight hours...

Recently, a local hay producer asked what hay was worth. Of course, each forage producer will have a different cost of production.After he told...

I have been measuring my weekly pasture growth for the past seven years. My initial goal was to grow as much forage as economically...

I went to southern Illinois last week to do some programs and I was taken aback by the severity of the drought in that...

Every Monday for the past couple of months on the OSU Extension crop team conference call I have heard Jim Noel from the National...

It seems the time right after making first cutting hay is always a time for me to address some of those unwanted weed issues -- not in the hay fields, but in the fence rows, around buildings and in pastures.

When it comes to fertility, among the most important factors influencing plant growth and stand life is soil pH. Maintaining proper soil pH levels...
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