Garth Ruff, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Ohio State University Extension, Henry County
A recent CattleFax survey indicates that calves weaned for 45 days return almost $100/head more.
As summer slips past us yet again and with fall rapidly… Continue reading
By: Victor Shelton, NRCS State Agronomist/Grazing Specialist
Compacted soils have a platy layered look, not a nice granular or cottage cheese appearance.
I have driven down a lot of roads lately and observed pastures and crops across Indiana and several… Continue reading
By: Charlotte Talbott, Noble Research Institute
As I prepared for my summer in Ardmore, Oklahoma, I found myself wondering about the research project I would be assigned. My interests have always revolved around forage management and crop-animal interactions, so naturally,… Continue reading
Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
At mid-August, some wheat producers are beginning to think about planting wheat for winter grazing. Weather conditions are the biggest factor for early-planted wheat which can begin by late August… Continue reading
Courtesy of: ARPAS
Researchers develop equations for modeling enteric methane production in wheat pasture–grazed cattle receiving energy and monensin supplements in a new study in Applied Animal Science
Philadelphia, PA, August 12, 2019—Enteric methane is a major contributor to the… Continue reading
Recent findings published from the Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Highlights 2018-2019 indicate changes in cow-calf and stocker monthly rental rates trended slightly lower when compared to 2018 (Table 1). Nebraska monthly grazing rates represent a typical fee for one… Continue reading