Friday, May 27, 2016

Cutting excess pasture for hay is one tool to handle the rapid spring growth. However, getting hay dry in May and early June can...

I’ve been hearing many complaints about the weather. We all know to expect variable weather in early spring, so I decided to look up...

If you have livestock that graze pastures or you are looking to start grazing livestock, you may have read this column over the past...

And ask neighbors not to throw clippings from shrubs over the fence. They could be poisonous. As the last blasts of winter are covering our...

Winter always seems to create unique challenges with livestock. From keeping ice off the water troughs to providing feed with enough nutrients to maintain...

Pasture is a valuable forage resource. Like any resource, it responds to management. What is your plan to add value to your pasture in 2013?

Are you getting adequate forage production from your pastures and hay fields? Are you getting maximum weight gains from your livestock with the forage...

Large round bales are the most popular source of hay when winter feeding beef cattle. Unfortunately, these bales are subject to a variety of...

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...
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