Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Chew on this: Animals, regardless of species, will adjust their bite size to harvest about 50% of the existing pasture height in front of them.

As I have fielded phone calls and made farm visits since my last article, the two main topics seem to be the lack of early spring growth leading to the overgrazing of the late winter pasture, and electric fence problems.

Manage your pastures early and often for a good growing season.
Pipeline construction through farmland

Consider all the effects of pipelines, including to your forage crops.

We are on the downhill stretch. Mornings and nights are still cold, but the sun is warming up our afternoons.

Many of us feed hay this time of year, but how many of us actually know what we are feeding?

For most of us in the United States, the beginning of the New Year is a time to make our New Year's resolution.

Since we live in an area that requires feeding for the majority of the winter, maximizing feed value and minimizing waste is essential to your bottom line.

As producers, we have many opportunities to share and educate.

The leaves are falling, grain harvest is nearing completion and as we head into the winter months it’s time to give some consideration to your pastures.