June 30, 2015
Summer generally brings warm to hot temperatures and less frequent rainfall. Rory Lewandowski, extension educator in Wayne County, Ohio, notes that cool-season grass pastures grow best when temperatures are cool to warm and moisture is plentiful. Thus, seemingly every summer, there is a slump in pasture productivity. Although summer weather conditions are not conducive to high yields with cool-season grasses, there are some grazing management practices...


June 23, 2015
Often the most memorable parts of a family vacation are the ones that weren't a component of the original itinerary. A similar scenario occurred recently on a Hay & Forage Grower editorial...


May 20, 2015
PASTURE is the primary source of forage for grazing dairies. For organic dairies, the National Organic Program livestock production regulations require a minimum of 120 days grazing per animal...