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Step up your grazing game in 2021
Jan. 19, 2021
Grazing management is getting more attention these days, but the vast majority of cow-calf producers still use continuous or lax rotational grazing...
Pasture renovation is an ongoing process
Jan. 13, 2020
Healthy pastures are the key to efficiently feeding beef cattle in the humid regions of the United States...
It’s time to move on
Jan. 7, 2019
The most widely planted tall fescue variety today is Kentucky 31 (KY-31), which was released in 1943 by E.N. Fergus...
A 12-step plan to Amazing Grazing
March 15, 2018
Adaptive grazing is a term describing a management approach that includes many practices such as frequent rotation of cattle and stockpiling for winter grazing...
Is it feedlot, grass-fed, or something in between?
Nov. 27, 2017
In recent years, there has been a broader choice in finished beef available to consumers. The supply of “grass-fed beef” has risen, and it always raises some controversy within the industry...
Keep spring seedheads under control
March 31, 2017
During spring, the growth of cool-season grasses can be explosive and can easily get ahead of a grazier, resulting in a lot of seedhead biomass with low nutritive value...
Electric fencing is key to grazing winter stockpile
Jan. 26, 2017
Amazing Grazing” is our education program that focuses on improving the understanding of pasture ecology and the adoption of adaptive grazing management...
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