April 26, 2022
Individuals involved in the forage industry in South Dakota are making steps to start a forage association in the state. “South Dakota is one of the top forage-growing states in the nation, and...


April 19, 2022
When producers in the Fescue Belt think about their forage systems, toxic endophyte likely comes to mind...


April 19, 2022
Whether we’re discussing people or forages, diversity is a present-day buzzword that permeates both the written and spoken word...


April 12, 2022
Hitting the desired harvest stage of maturity on any forage crop is difficult, but perhaps no class offers a greater challenge than small grains...


April 12, 2022
Although cattle may be the regular customers at many grazing operations, horses also have a rightful seat at the table...


April 5, 2022
A notable characteristic of cattle is their ability to break down fiber in plant cell walls and transform it into beef and dairy products for human consumption...


April 5, 2022
A lack of moisture is something that must be planned for, not reacted to. Without a plan, pastures often suffer severe overgrazing, which results in both short- and long-term damage...


March 29, 2022
While assessing alfalfa stands this spring, look for plants that are slow to green up or are growing unevenly. These are signs that plants have fallen victim to winter injury, and damage can stunt spring growth...


March 29, 2022
Ionophores such as monensin have been a part of the beef production landscape for nearly 50 years. Their value as a performance enhancer in finishing cattle is well documented...


March 22, 2022
Spring cleaning is not exclusive to the inside of a home – it is a concept that is applicable to grazing systems as well...