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Register soon for Gerrish Grazing Series Sessions
Time is running out to register for one of five Iowa workshops featuring grazing consultant Jim Gerrish. Set for August 18 to 22, each workshop includes classroom discussions and pas [Read More]

Study finds benefits to burning Flint Hills prairie in fall and winter
Kansas State University researchers have completed a 20-year study that looks at the consequences of burning Flint Hills prairie at differen [Read More]

Making it work for land and livestock owners in a grazing lease
By Bethany Johnston UNL Extension Educator Pasture leases can be a tricky business or a great opportunity for both the land and livestock owners. Pat [Read More]

Plan now for stockpiling tall fescue
By Gary Bates University of Tennessee Extension Even with as hot as it has been this summer, now is the time to start thinking about feeding your cows this winter. We all know that winter feeding means ha [Read More]

MU tool helps farmers decide on pasture insurance
Is pasture insurance right for your farm? The answer could be yes, no or maybe. University of Missouri Extension recently launched an online tool that can help farmers decide if pur [Read More]

State FSA approves emergency haying and grazing in 44 counties
The Kansas Farm Service (FSA) Agency announced July 17 that emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres has been approved for [Read More]

Eastern Kansas grazing school to be held in Blaine
The annual Eastern Kansas Grazing School will be September 10 and 11, at the St. Columbkille Church Hall, 13305 Highway 16, in Blaine, Kansas and at area farms. The two-day school [Read More]

Cotton root rot inhibits alfalfa stand longevity
By Carolyn Young, James Rogers and Todd Baughmann The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Alfalfa is considered one of the world’s most important forage crops because of its high nutri [Read More]

Scout fields now for deadly ergot
Ergot has been reported in several hayfields and pastures across southwest Missouri, according to University of Missouri Extension Agronomy Specialist, Sarah Kenyon. “Death can occur when livestock consume large a [Read More]

Consider oats and turnips for fall grazing
By Mary Drewnoski UNL Beef Systems Specialist Consider planting oats and turnips in early maturing corn silage fields for fall/winter grazing. Be sure to make a commitment to plant as early as p [Read More]

Fly control/pinkeye prevention needs to be continuous
By Jim Krantz South Dakota State University Extension With the grazing season well underway, most cattlemen have strategically planned their fly control program, focused pr [Read More]

Nebraska Grazing Conference in Kearney to include live cattle handling demo
Many will remember the 1998 movie, “The Horse Whisperer,” starring Robert Redford. One of the consultants on that movie was Curt P [Read More]

Fall and winter forage is expensive
By Kezia Nanda U of A System Division of Agriculture July is the perfect time to start planning ahead for stockpiling forage that can save growers a lot of money during the winter. “Stockpiling forage can [Read More]

State FSA approves emergency haying and grazing in 44 counties
The Kansas Farm Service (FSA) Agency announced July 17 that emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres has been approved for [Read More]

June grass growth doubles May's low hay production
Grass grows in June just like it should have in May, says Rob Kallenbach, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist. Usually, pasture grasses grow best in May but not thi [Read More]

Managing phosphorus in pastures means saving fish, other water inhabitants
Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for plants, but too much can mean trouble for waterways. Phosphorus is critical to plant health [Read More]

Basic Prescribed Fire Training up and running online
By Sean Hubbard Oklahoma State University Nearly 200 people representing private landowners, federal agencies, state agencies, universities, nongovernmental agencies, tribes [Read More]

UW Extension bulletin explains using native plants, adapted seed sources for reclamation
A new bulletin from the University of Wyoming Extension addresses using native plants and adapted seed s [Read More]

Nebraska Grazing Conference in Kearney to include live cattle handling demo
Many will remember the 1998 movie, “The Horse Whisperer,” starring Robert Redford. One of the consultants on that movie was Curt P [Read More]

Eastern Kansas grazing school to be held in Blaine
The annual Eastern Kansas Grazing School will be September 10 and 11, at the St. Columbkille Church Hall, 13305 Highway 16, in Blaine, Kansas, and at area farms. The two-day schoo [Read More]

Hay situation good in east, southeast, iffy in others
By Robert Burns While some parts of Texas have been lucky when it comes to hay production, others will likely have an expensive go at feeding cattle this winter, according t [Read More]








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