Thursday, July 9, 2020
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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.

Learn more about EPDs that are related to grazing management.

Learn to minimize the damage pigs can cause to pastures.

Learn how to determine the nutritional value of forage, how to choose necessary supplements and how to determine supplement costs.

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.
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