Nov. 27, 2017
Christine Su, co-founder of PastureMap, a mobile cloud-based grazing app for ranchers, said it’s her company’s mission to help farmers and ranchers be more profitable while building healthy grassl...

Aug. 31, 2017
A growing trend of obesity and associated metabolic disorders are raising the horse industry’s need for alternative forage sources...

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

March 1, 2017
Thinking of renovating toxic fescue pastures in 2017? Beneficial endophyte fescue varieties offer cattle producers in the Fescue Belt an effective forage option to collectively improve pasture forage...

Feb. 24, 2017
Over the past few years, the use of cover crops for grazing has gained popularity among livestock producers, in part, due to an expanded focus on soil health in row crop farming...

Feb. 1, 2017
This past October, Jim Gerrish put on a three-day whirlwind tour of soil health workshops encompassing three cities across western Montana...

Jan. 26, 2017
Cattle and other livestock have long shared the range with greater sage-grouse. However, as populations of the bird are diminishing across the West, ranchers are not standing idle...

Nov. 9, 2016
Winecup Gamble Ranch has 1,500 acres of pivot-irrigated fields and another 500 acres under wheel and flood irrigation. Only 7 inches of precipitation is received annually. The high desert of nort...

May 18, 2016
The author is a freelance writer from Bozeman, Mont., and has her own communications business, Cowpunch Creative. Colorado ranching expert Chip Hines (chiphines.com) believes the cattle ind...

April 13, 2016
The author is a freelance writer from Bozeman, Mont., and has her own communications business, Cowpunch Creative. When it comes to grazing better, Tim Steffens says what he absolutely...