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Water research tackles growing grassland threats: Trees and woody vegetation
By Jennifer Tidball Two Kansas State University biologists are studying streams to prevent tallgrass prairies from turning in [Read More]

Meeting scheduled to discuss Eastern redcedar Oct. 18
By Sean Hubbard Oklahoma State University Eastern redcedar trees litter much of Oklahoma’s countryside and pastureland. Turning this invasive species into a profitable na [Read More]

Ranch Management University offers wildlife aspect
By Kay Ledbetter Texans interested in wildlife management will find a wealth of information during the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Ranch Management University Oct. 20 to [Read More]

Pasture management workshop for small acreage owners
Cool season pastures and hay fields make up the biggest chunk of agricultural land use in Johnson and surrounding counties. Now is a good time to learn about resources to help [Read More]

Learn to improve forage production at women in ag conference, Nov. 7-8
Learn how to increase hay production and reduce disease and waste at the annual Pearls of Production: Women in Agriculture conference Nov. 7 [Read More]

Alfalfa field day gives production tips, crop insurance information
By Kylene Scott As the nation’s fourth most valuable crop, alfalfa is often overlooked compared to other commodities. At the Kansas Forage and [Read More]

Grass farmers convene at Lake Ozark to share ideas on grazing livestock, Nov. 3-4
Grasslands, the animals that graze them and soils that grow them are featured in the Missouri Forage and Grassland Cou [Read More]

Nov. 15 deadline for Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Insurance sign-up
By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Today The deadline is nearing for Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Insurance, designed to provide livestock and hay p [Read More]

AFGC forage conference set for Oct. 30
The nutritional importance of beef, forage crop insurance and marketing grass-fed beef are on the agenda for the Arkansas Forage and Grassland Council annual fall conference Oct. 30 in Conway. “This year [Read More]

OK-FIRE announces fall 2014 workshop schedule
By Sean Hubbard OK-FIRE is an extremely helpful tool for wildland fire managers throughout Oklahoma. Users include multiple federal and state agencies as well as local fire departments, em [Read More]

Updated grass field guide available, creates funds for UW Range Club
The revised “A Field Guide to Wyoming Grasses” is back on bookshelves. Out of print for nearly two years, retired University of Wyoming (UW) Co [Read More]

Managing the herd when pasture is limited
By Katie Allen K-State Research and Extension Consecutive years of drought could prompt beef cattle producers to find ways to unconventionally feed and manage their cow herds. One option when gras [Read More]

Restoration after disturbance focus of December meeting
“Responding to Disturbance: Effective Restoration and Monitoring” is the theme for this year’s Society for Range Management annual meeting. The meeting will be held Dec. [Read More]

Stockpiling pastures still an option for emergency grazing
By Mary Hightower University of Arkansas Extension Most producers have harvested a good quantity of hay this summer, but the forage quality is low in many cases [Read More]

Consider a fall pasture weed inventory
By Darrell Deneke South Dakota State University Extension Fall is a good time to assess your range and pasture condition as we go into the winter season. This is especially important when it comes to yo [Read More]

Caution: Prussic acid poisoning can be a problem during grazing
By Mark Arnold Texas A&M Extension Prussic acid poisoning Use caution when grazing sorghum/sudan grass during periods when these forages may be experie [Read More]

Dept. of Ag accepting applications for donated 2014 CRP mid-term management hay
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) is accepting applications for donated 2014 CRP mid-term management hay b [Read More]

Deer and land workshop in Altus
Countless properties across Southwest Oklahoma are being sold and purchased solely for recreation, and almost every ranch in the state is leased for some form of hunting, especially deer. While turkey and quail are pop [Read More]

Winter wheat grazing prospects this fall
By Derrell S. Peel Oklahoma State University Extension Winter wheat grazing prospects in the Southern Plains are the best in several years, at least as indicated by winter wheat plantings. The Septe [Read More]





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