Monday, July 16, 2018
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Looking for a simple confirmation of healthy or unhealthy, farmers are burying underwear to test their soil. It's called the #SoilYourUndies challenge.

If you are truly attempting to improve a pasture, you will need to adjust your management choices to suit those species you desire.

Many factors cause gully erosion, but not all should be corrected the same way. Learn more about different practices to correct and to reduce gully erosion.

Do we need a tractor to manage the pasture or can it be accomplished through proper grazing management? Consider these questions before clipping a pasture.

The are many factors that play a role in pasture productivity. Here are nine things to consider when walking your pastures.

By cutting poison hemlock down after flowering, you can eliminate its potential to produce more seeds. Peak bloom for is in late May and early June.

Learn how to repair damaged pastures and reduce mud issues with livestock.

As the number of daylight hours increase, temperatures warm and pastures grow, farm managers should take steps to prevent hypomagnesemia or "grass tetany."

If weeds become a problem, they can compete or interfere for light, nutrients, water and space, directly influencing yield, quality and standability.

Mud can be detrimental to livestock and cause soil loss. Graziers need to have a mud control plan as part of a comprehensive grazing management system.
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