Thursday, September 28, 2023
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Keep in mind that ingestion of some types of leaves can lead to toxicity problems with livestock. These include maples, oaks, black locust, buckeye and yew.

Ohio State University Extension educator Erika Lyon discusses how to prepare forgages for livestock for upcoming fall and winter season.

Ohio State University Extension educator Jordon Penrose talks about ways to detect and prevent livestock from eating poisonous plants in the pasture.

Taking the time to test your forages and matching them with a proper mineral mix can ensure good animal health and reproductive efficiency.

USDA is accepting offers for nearly 2.7 million acres from agricultural producers and private landowners through this year’s Conservation Reserve Program.

Oats can be planted in the summer as an early fall forage for harvest or grazing. OSU Extension educator Allen Gahler explains how to maximize yields.

How we store hay makes a difference in the potential for winter forage losses. Learn how to minimize your losses.

Whether you are using an old pasture fence or installing a new one, now is the time to take stock of your electric fence and make sure it is doing its job.

It may be worth the wait to step back and look over your grazing plan before throwing those gates open.

A grazing management plan can increase livestock numbers and forage availability, improve animal performance, reduce feed costs and reduce soil erosion.