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Learn how to stop spotted knapweed and hemp dogbane from taking over and destroying a healthy hay field.

As fall approaches, it's a good time to evaluate your forage resources and determine if you're going to have enough forage into August and beyond.

Beginning Aug. 30, Ohio State University Extension will be offering Forages for Horses — a virtual course for equine managers.

When the weather shifts from drought conditions to scattered storms good pasture management techniques are crucial.

Producers need to plan ahead to maintain pastures through the summer slump when forage nutrition requirements are high.

Pokeweed can be found in the eastern half of the United States, invading reduced-tillage fields. It's poisonous to humans, livestock and pets.

Farmers should keep long-term pasture management objectives in mind as they deal with drought conditions across the Midwest and nearby regions of the U.S.

While we can’t control when, where, or the amount of rainfall, there are management practices you can take to minimize damage to pastures.

It's important to identify weeds in your pastures to ensure proper chemical use, to optimize grazing management and to prevent the spread of seeds.

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.