By: Adele Harty, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist
The weather-related opportunities and challenges that 2019 has presented are forcing farmers and ranchers to alter “normal” management decisions. The precipitation and forage growth that the state has experienced this year is… Continue reading
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
Courtesy of: NDSU Agriculture Communication
Rain can have a variety of impacts on forage quality and yield, ultimately affecting overall feed and market value, North Dakota State University Extension livestock specialists say.
July in North Dakota was the 23rd wettest… 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
2019 Kentland Farm Beef and Forage Day to offer latest techniques and best management practices for producers
Courtesy of: Virginia Tech Daily
On September 17, Virginia Cooperative Extension and the Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will host the 2019 Kentland Beef & Forage Day. The event will highlight current research projects at Kentland Farm,… 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