Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Managing body condition for livestock is a balancing act. Learn more about tips and tricks to improve your management practices.

Learn more about strategies for feeding cattle in the snow, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

The farm, an organic dairy, uses rotational grazing through most of the year, among other conservation practices. This year, the farm received the Cooperator of the Year award from the Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District for its conservation work.

Learn how to extend your grazing during the winter months. You may not make the rotation last 150 days, but can you make it last longer — say, 90 days?

Planning the winter grazing and supplementation program has tremendous impact on farm profitability.

Interest in homesteads with five acres or less is growing. However, grazing can be challenging on small acreage. Use these tips to manage small pastures.

If you are one that will be short on hay, there are several things you can do to have enough for the winter.

Cressleaf groundsel has been more noticeable in Ohio the past couple of springs with the cold, wet weather and very little field work being done.

Build soil health through managed grazing practices, and productivity will follow. Idaho rancher Glenn Elzinga spoke about his diversified livestock operation at the Western PA Grazing Conference.

An extended mud season has made feeding forages and maintaining pastures very difficult. Learn how to help your ruminants.