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Tools available for burning Flint Hills pastures this spring
Ranchers and landowners are reminded to use web-based tools at www.ksfire.org as the spring burning season gets into full swing. These include interactive smoke [Read More]

Ark Forage and Grassland Council offers ranch tours May 2
Two ranches in Lawrence and Randolph counties that weathered the extremes of drought and flood and still managed 300 days of grazing will be showcased as part of the [Read More]

Alfalfa tour in Lawrence County set April 22
Raising alfalfa in the Ozarks is an effective way of producing protein and energy sources to supplement beef and dairy cattle diets, according to Tim Schnakenberg, an agronomy specialist with [Read More]

Webinar to discuss management-intensive grazing
The first Grow Our Flock webinar for 2014 has been scheduled. Managing Your Pastures Better: Management-Intensive Grazing 101 will be offered on April 22 at 5 p.m. MDT. Register by going [Read More]

Modern range management preserves public resource
By Doug Rich Grazing, wildlife, recreation, energy, and development put enough pressure on western rangeland without adding in the constant tug of war over public grazing lands. Mar [Read More]

New publication highlights prairie conservation strips
Photographs, infographics and interviews paint a full-color, big picture view of prairie strips in a new publication from Iowa State University’s STRIPS team and the Leopol [Read More]

Tools available for burning Flint Hills pastures this spring
Ranchers and landowners are reminded to use web-based tools at www.ksfire.org as the spring burning season gets into full swing. These include interactive smoke [Read More]

Range judging contests are a legacy in Nebraska
By Karla Jenkins and Bethany Johnston University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Conserving native range resources and teaching others to do the same is a longstanding tradition in Neb [Read More]

Lesser prairie-chicken listing catches eye of state lawmakers
By Dave Bergmeier Kansas lawmakers watched with interest as the Sunflower State was one of five Western states recently notified the lesser prairie-chicken [Read More]






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