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There are several plant species with yellow blooms around this time of year, so you need to take a closer look to know what you are dealing with.

While we cannot avoid mud completely on the farm, we can use best management practices to help reduce the impact of the mud.

It's not too late to fertilize hayfields. Ohio State Extension has some recommendations that account for the early growth we've seen this year.

A grazing management plan can increase livestock numbers and forage availability, improve animal performance, reduce feed costs and reduce soil erosion.

Learn how to formulate and implement a plan to repair pastures that were damaged by animals’ hooves during the winter.

Each spring, Tarma Shena watches to see how an area responds to winter’s rest before moving stock around. It's a process that has grown and evolved.

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.

An early spring means pasture management might be a focus earlier than normal. Use these tips to manage pastures amid unseasonably warm temperatures.

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