Aug. 24, 2020
Thinking about mineral supplementation programs as being similar to insurance can help with determining what program is right for your operation...


Aug. 21, 2020
It has been well accepted and established that forage producers should analyze forages to determine nutrient levels and ultimately the quality of the feed...


Aug. 21, 2020
I get more milk from my silage.” This is a frequent response from farmers when I ask about the effects of drought stress on corn silage quality...


May 12, 2020
Spring is officially here. Some beef producers have finished calving while others are just getting started. Regardless, understanding how to match your available forage to your herd’s nutritional needs...


April 7, 2020
Are you one of the lucky producers who still has native tall grass prairie?...


April 6, 2020
Dairy cattle and other ruminants are biologically designed to convert forages and other fibrous feeds into high-quality milk and meat for human consumption...


March 30, 2020
As spring begins, it is a good time to look back and evaluate how the winter-feeding program went. Did the cows come through the winter in good condition or were they thinner than desired?...


Jan. 13, 2020
The 2019 growing and harvest season experience for many farmers was like entering a boxing ring, with one (or two) hands tied behind your back...


Sept. 5, 2019
Last June, I had the opportunity to travel to Kenya, Africa. This was my first time in Africa. I traveled mainly from Nairobi to Nakuru...


July 2, 2019
There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “You can’t get blood out of a turnip.” It often is used in context with trying to get money out of someone who is either excessively frugal...