By: Bruce Anderson, Nebraska Extension Forage Specialist
Harvesting crops like sorghum-sudangrass requires dealing with all the moisture in… Continue reading
By: Jay Parsons, Nebraska Extension Farm and Ranch Management Specialist,
Daren Redfearn, Nebraska Extension Forage and Crop Residue Specialist &
Mary Drewnoski, Nebraska Extension Beef Systems Specialist
The Crop Residue Exchange continues to link cattle producers to available grazing resources.… Continue reading
By: TL Meyer, Nebraska Extension Beef Educator & Travis Mulliniks, UNL Beef Cattle Nutritionist, Range Production Systems
Many beef producers are preparing to wean, or at least thinking about it. After weaning and prior to winter can be one of… Continue reading
By: Duane Dailey – July 22, 2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Corn and soybean crops planted on “prevented acres” not planted last spring may provide corn and soybean forage for cattle this fall.
With a wet spring many farmers failed to… 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