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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.

Grass management is key to a productive pasture. Grass species do not all respond the same to factors influencing plant growth.

Early spring grazing can be risky. Take precautions and transition your herd to pasture slowly.

USDA has awarded $12 million in cooperative agreements for 49 projects that increase the use of conservation practices on grazing lands.

Learn more about management practices for backgrounding stocker calves on grass in 2023.

There are a few actions that can be taken to reduce the yield loss in hay fields from damage caused by white-tailed deer.

It may still be early March but now is the time to consider the need for spring fertilizer or weed control in winter annual cereal forages.

Soils with adequate nutrients and pH promote pasture growth and development. Soil sampling is the most accurate way to determine what your pasture needs.