LONDON, Ohio—Like many of us, farm animals want to eat what they’re used to.
And because livestock are not adventurous eaters, farmers have to train them to try something new by limiting their access to the food they’re most familiar… Continue reading
By: Craig Roberts
COLUMBIA, Mo. – “Plant cool-season grasses in September,” says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage agronomist. “The earlier the better.”
Early planting lets seedlings put down roots to start growth before frost. New plantings must store… Continue reading
Courtesy of: NDSU Agriculture Communication – July 8, 2019
The USDA is allowing producers to graze, hay or cut cover crops on prevented-planting acres beginning Sept. 1.
Changes in federal grazing and harvesting rules on prevented-planting acres could help North… Continue reading
By : Halden Clark, DVM MS, Health Stewardship; Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center
This summer it will be important to keep very close tabs on calf health, and if treatment is necessary, to intervene earlier rather than later. Photo credit… Continue reading
By : Taylor Grussing, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist and additional author Robin Salverson, Courtesy of extension.sdstate.edu
April is here, and as the saying goes, “April showers, bring May flowers”. Those April showers, coupled with… Continue reading