Thursday, November 21, 2019
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Foxtail and grass awns can cause some significant medical problems for grazing livestock, horses and companion animals. Learn to recognize the signs.

Foxtail is infamous for seeds that get caught in the gums of livestock, leading to feed rejection and potential infections. Learn how to combat this weed.

Having your forages analyzed is the only way to determine if hay will meet an animal's nutrient requirements during the winter.

Learn to understand how yellow nutsedge reproduces and thrives to better manage it in your forage crop fields and pastures.

Depending on your unique situation, the benefits of investing in fence may outweigh the benefits of acquiring more machinery for the farm.

Penn Soil Resource Conservation and Development Council is hosting a grazing workshop on from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Aug. 16.

Animals need alternative food sources to get the higher amounts of fiber they typically get from hay. Learn what can be substituted.

Learn how to meet the nutritional needs of ruminants, lacking in this year's hay crop, by planting some veggies to graze this fall.

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

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