Nov. 27, 2017
Many acres of pasture land were flooded in 2017. The extent of damage depends on many variables.My mama always taught me that good things come from adversity if we put our faith in the Lord. We couldn...


Aug. 31, 2017
It’s the middle of the summer. For most of the United States, August is the warmest month of the year and typically one of the driest months except for the Southwestern and Coastal states...


Aug. 31, 2017
During the ‘60s, it seemed the highlight of early spring for a farm boy in small town Ohio was planting oats...


Aug. 1, 2017
For me, the onset of August always brings a significant demarcation date for forage producers. The end of the hot season is near, and the start of the cooler fall season can be seen with binoculars ra...


April 30, 2017
As we discussed in the March 2017 column, renovating a toxic fescue pasture to beneficial endophyte varieties is no small feat...


April 30, 2017
An early spring application of Chaparral herbicide does double duty on tall fescue by controlling weeds and suppressing seedhead emergence...


April 30, 2017
With one of the greatest expenditures of horse ownership being feed costs, horse owners often look for ways to reduce these costs...


April 30, 2017
Improved legume species and varieties have the most impact on a pasture’s ability to support high milk production. Are you getting the most out of your pasture in terms of high-quality forage...


April 30, 2017
Rotational grazing, or “rational grazing” as coined by French scientist Andre Voisin, has been proven to enhance production for graziers in just about every environment you can imagine...


April 4, 2017
Having just returned from Oklahoma and Texas, I was reminded of the challenges that spring pasture management can pose. It’s really a good news-bad news situation.The good news: There is more than a...