By: Steve Boyles, OSU Beef Extension Specialist
Properly interpreting a forage sample analysis report may be the most important thing you can do for your cows this winter!
Previous articles in this publication have established the critical need for forage… Continue reading
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: Dr. Jimmy Henning, Forage Extension Specialist, University of Kentucky
Late cut hay is a fact of life in Kentucky. There are worse things. Drought, for example. It is no failure if some first cuttings of hay are late. Or… Continue reading
Many livestock producers in North Dakota are short on forage following a long, cold winter and late spring that depleted forage supplies says Miranda Meehan, North Dakota State University Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist. Supplies in some areas have been… Continue reading
By: Chris Penrose, OSU Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Morgan County – 7/17/19
Many of us will be feeding poor quality hay again this winter, likely similar to last winter. When I mowed down hay over the weekend, the… Continue reading
By: – Stan Smith, PA, Fairfield County OSU Extension – 7/17/19
Coming off a year where quality forages for beef cattle were in short supply throughout Ohio, now in mid-2019 we find that inventory remains critically low. With the National… Continue reading