Nov. 10, 2020
While livestock producers in the southern U.S. have their cattle grazing on lush cool-season annuals through the winter months, their counterparts along the northern U.S. border are pushing snow just to get access to more hay bales...


Nov. 10, 2020
Soil health is a complex concept. In the realm of regenerative agriculture, soil carbon is believed to be one of the most important measures of restoring soil health...


Nov. 3, 2020
Hay bales are a lot like snowflakes in that no two are exactly alike, but it’s a lot more important to know the differences between hay bales than snowflakes.Hannah Greenwell, an extension educator...


Nov. 3, 2020
There is no one-size-fits-all method when it comes to farming and ranching, and that’s certainly true when trying to prevent pastures from being torn up during winter due to wet conditions. Jessica...


Oct. 27, 2020
Most livestock producers in the Great Plains still implement continuous grazing as a preferred practice. Such a system often leads to grazing behavior that results in the repeated defoliation of desir...


Oct. 27, 2020
Brassicas can be utilized as fall and winter grazing crops, but there are a few things that University of Arkansas (UA) Forage Program Associate Kenny Simon says you should know before turning a herd...


Oct. 20, 2020
Photo: USDA-ARSAlfalfa is known as the Queen of Forages for its superior quality and versatility of use in the livestock industry. Now, it might just become the Queen of Fish Food, too.United States D...


Oct. 20, 2020
Pastures change during this time of year. No longer are they lush and rapidly growing. Rather, pastures are often comprised of stockpiled perennial forages; cereal grains, such as oats, planted in lat...