Saturday, August 24, 2019
Sonny Perdue USDA

According to Alan Guebert, Sonny Perdue doesn't need to hit the road this summer to find more than enough messy problems to keep him busy through harvest.
ragweed

To manage forage weed control, you have to know what factors contributed to weed establishment in the first place, before spraying.
forages

If we harvest forages as soon as possible on wet soils what are the consequences? Get the answers in this week's All About Grazing column.
grazing pasture

Learn more about common forage-related disorders — bloat, grass tetany and nitrate poisoning — to prevent livestock from getting ill or dying.
emerging corn

Right now is a great time to get back to the basics — forage testing, soil testing and recommendations on weed control.
electric fence

Learn more about the main components found in electric fencing systems to get the most out of your investment.
grazing sheep

Learn how to to make small changes to your feeding program based on BCS scores to evaluate and maintain your flock's nutritional program.

Learn the basics of raising pigs on pasture and decide if it's right for your operation.
Grazing horses

Well-managed horse pastures provide ground cover, prevent soil erosion and decrease runoff. Use these tips to improve your horse pastures.
hay bale in snow

It has been a challenge to feed livestock this winter due to missed cuttings last year. However, producers can reduce wastage with these tips.
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