Wednesday, January 16, 2019
frost

When some forages freeze, changes in their metabolism and composition can be toxic to ruminant livestock, causing prussic acid poisoning and bloat.
Weisend sheep flock

Most sheep and goat producers will experience difficulties with internal parasite control. Learn how to improve your parasite management practices.
hay closeup

Using livestock to make later cuttings of hay is one of the best opportunities producers have to reduce costs and make more profit year after year.
drainage and waterway, WOTUS

Despite record rainfall, yet again, this year, there are plenty of opportunities to make improvements to water and soil management practices.

Are you scouting your forage crops for disease this fall? This may not be the first item on a producer's to-do list, but it's important.
pasture

Late summer provides a window of opportunity to renovate weedy or thin pasture areas and there are a couple of good options to accomplish that task.
grazing pasture

As we transition into fall, pay close attention to your forages. Some pastures may be stockpiled, but those intended to be grazed this fall still need rest.
beef cattle on pasture

Teff grass originates from Ethiopia. It is a warm-season annual grass that can be used for hay, silage, or pasture.
grazing goat

Species primarily affected by P. tenuis include camelids such as elk, moose, llamas and alpacas as well as small ruminants such as sheep and goats.
cattle pasture

If you are truly attempting to improve a pasture, you will need to adjust your management choices to suit those species you desire.
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