Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Attitude toward pasture weed control has changed.
grazing pasture

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

Corn harvest continues across the state and for every bushel harvested there is between 14 to 16 pounds of corn residue dry matter left...
electric fence

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

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

August is the month to begin planning your fall/winter grazing. By the end of August many practices will have to be implemented in order to maximize forage production.

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

Is it time to start grazing? It depends on your location, needs, stage of growth and condition of your pastures.

Planning your grazing ahead of time could reap benefits.

Ryegrass can contain toxic levels of endophyte, says Dave Barker, this week's columnist.
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