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A recent study out of the University of Illinois suggests that the low energy and high protein in lush pastures may have a negative impact on reproduction.

A properly built and well-maintained fence can last a long time. A maintenance program can help you stay on schedule with routine fence checks and repairs.

In the ideal world, they need to be able to hold in or deter livestock, but be able to allow water and debris to pass during periods of high water.

Before installing an electric fence consider these 10 tips to promote efficiency and safety.

Choose between board, barbed wire, woven wire, cable, mesh, high-tensile, electric or a combination of any of these to best suit your farm fencing needs.

Now is the time to review management practices to prevent possible botulism and listeriosis health risks associated with poor quality small grain baleage.

If hay is harvested year after year and not fertilized, production will decrease substantially.

Planning is the key to ensuring fencing is installed properly and you're getting the most out of your investment.

During the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council conference Feb. 3, Kim Cassida, forage Extension specialist from Michigan State University, offered these 10 reasons to use forage mixtures.

Developing quality pastures, sharing insights from one producer to another, and the latest forage research were all topics at the Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council conference and annual meeting Feb. 3.