April 7, 2020
Both in research trials and on the farm, the response to nitrogen fertilizer application can be quite variable...


April 7, 2020
Spring — the time of year when pastures are green, growing, and soil moisture is plentiful. So, does that make grazing decisions easier or more difficult compared to mid-summer or fall when pastures...


March 30, 2020
One of the fundamental principles of sound grazing management is matching your stocking rate to the carrying capacity of the land...


March 12, 2020
What if pasture grass was poisoning your cattle? That is exactly the case with toxic tall fescue. Some producers go to great lengths to try to mitigate the negative impacts of toxic tall fescue...


March 12, 2020
For centuries, beef cattle production has relied on forages and grazing. Typically, the land resources utilized to support ruminant production are nontillable acres...


March 9, 2020
Welcome to this first installment of The Pasture Walk. The editors of Hay & Forage Grower have invited me to share my thoughts on pasture and grazing management through 2020...


Feb. 25, 2020
A few years ago, I gave a guest lecture on New Zealand forage grazing systems at a U.S. agricultural college...


Feb. 18, 2020
Hugh Aljoe has visited a lot of ranches and consulted with a lot of livestock producers in his role as the director of producer relations and as a pasture and range consultant with the Noble Research...


Feb. 4, 2020
Pick a cow . . . any cow. How tolerant is she to fescue toxicosis? The truth is: We don’t always know. But how great would it be if we did? I’m convinced that someday we will select bulls and...