By : Brady Campbell, Program Coordinator, OSU Sheep Team
Baleage may be the solution to making quality first cutting hay!
It almost seems like a broken record. We have continually talked about the excessive amount of poor quality hay made… Continue reading
By : Clifton Martin, OSU Extension Educator, Muskingum County
Rental rates and hay prices are two questions quickly asked with potential lengthy answers. Many factors will affect market prices both over time and regionally. This is a quick discussion… Continue reading
By Robert Jones, M.S. & Luke Miller, M.S.
Water is a precious resource and all living things depend on it for survival. Livestock production practices are being scrutinized by some media outlets making false claims with exaggerated research often paid… Continue reading
By : Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Before the breeding season begins, a few simple management procedures involving the bulls can increase the likelihood of a high pregnancy percentage among the cows. Any rancher that purchases… Continue reading
Successful breeding depends on a targeted nutritional program. Producers must know the stress periods when a cow can experience nutritional deficiencies, as well as how to supplement available forage during those times.
By Terri Queck-Matzie
That was the message from… Continue reading