August 3, 2022Forages

Grazing to keep the green

Save yourself money during the cold season by continuing to graze livestock Fall and winter grazing isn’t limited to hot, southern states. There are multiple strategies for extending the grazing season and saving money on supplemental feed. Feed is al …

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hay storage
July 6, 2022Forages

Guide to Hay Selection and Storage

As we continue through summer, we know you’re looking ahead and planning for the fall and winter. When lush pastures aren’t as readily available in the upcoming colder months, look to this guide for nourishing your livestock with hay. Types of H …

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pollinators
June 7, 2022Forages

Pollinator Paradise

Pollinators play an important role in the growth of plants, and by keeping them in mind in our planting and field maintenance decisions, biodiversity and sustainability is supported. Pollinators, including bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, bir …

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grazing cattle
May 27, 2022Forages

Benefits of Quality Forage

The old verbiage, “You get what you pay for,” still rings true, even when it comes to the type of forage you choose. As we continue to watch the costs of fertilizer and feed escalate, there has never been a more crucial time to choose a quality forag …

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April 27, 2022Forages

Fescue Fester

  Are fungal endophytes on your pasture radar? Should they be?  When it comes to selecting a fescue variety for grazing, one question creates quite the stumbling block. Should I go with an endophyte-enhanced or endophyte-free fescue? This is a sim …

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