July 5, 2022
When we talk about clovers for haying or grazing, species such as red clover, white clover, ladino clover, alsike clover, crimson clover, and others come to the immediate forefront...


June 28, 2022
There are a lot of balls in the air when it comes to managing forage for stand longevity. Plant diseases, weed pressure, and weather are inevitable interferences, but cutting height, which also impact...


June 28, 2022
Prussic acid poisoning is usually a concern in the fall when animals graze after a frost. However, this type of toxicity can also develop in forages during a drought...


June 21, 2022
Water is the basis of life, whether it be for humans, plants, or animals...


June 21, 2022
If spoiled silage can make a farmer turn up their nose, it’s no wonder animals are deterred from taking a bite...


June 14, 2022
Stories about hay fires often serve as cautionary tales, but these incidents can quickly become a burning reality...


June 14, 2022
Rotational grazing requires flexibility, especially when it comes to grazing dairy cattle...


June 7, 2022
No matter the type of operation, high feed, fuel, and fertilizer prices have producers of every kind asking how they can cut back on expenses. Luckily for cow-calf producers, creep grazing might...


June 7, 2022
There are some aspects of summertime thunderstorms many people enjoy: feeling the air cool, watching the clouds roll in, seeing lightening shoot across the sky. What isn’t as exciting about these st...


May 31, 2022
Polywire and metal gates aside, johnsongrass has farmers on the fence. On one hand, this warm-season perennial grass can be a high-quality feedstuff...