Nov. 27, 2018
Winter is, or soon will be, upon us. For producers, this brings winter feeding needs to the forefront. According to Glenn Selk, emeritus extension animal scientist at Oklahoma State University, estima...

Nov. 23, 2018
Upon seeing the first armadillo of the day, I realized my internship had taken me beyond the boundaries of the Upper Midwest...

Nov. 13, 2018
As harvest begins to wind down for the season, winter grazing is starting to ramp up. Many producers are looking to fields of cornstalks as a forage source for their herds. But aside from cornstalks...

Nov. 6, 2018
Forages play a crucial role in equine diets, but variability in nutrient content among species can lead to challenges in diet formulation to meet a horse’s nutritional needs. Protein content is one...

Oct. 30, 2018
If you have experienced issues with tall fescue toxicity in the past, there are some things that can be done this fall to help mitigate future problems, according to Chris Penrose, extension educator...

Oct. 23, 2018
With the onset of colder weather comes the threat of frost and the challenges associated with it. Most notable of these challenges are toxic compounds that certain forage species produce shortly after...

Oct. 16, 2018
Drying forage in the fall is often difficult as the days shorten and temperatures cool. If there’s still hay to make, baleage may be a good alternative to dry hay. “Wrapping wet bales for baleage...

Oct. 9, 2018
It’s no secret that corn silage has changed over the years. It has not only evolved from a feedstuff used primarily for heifers and dry cows to a major and key component of milking cow rations, but...

Oct. 2, 2018
One of the largest expenses for cattle producers is feeding cattle during the winter. When purchasing hay and supplements to accommodate energy needs, the costs add up. According to Ray Hicks, Screve...

Sept. 25, 2018
Some producers are still feeling the effects of a poor growing season and are scrambling to find affordable forage options for winter feed...