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Pasture and Rangeland

Cover Crops: Agriculture’s hero

Cover crops are the real heroes in the world of agriculture. Their job starts after a field is harvested and ends just before the next season’s crop is planted. Expectations for cover crops are high because if they don’t produce, the next crop may suffer.

Pasture and Rangeland

Grass tetany prevention

As pastures and small grain fields begin to green up, and livestock owners make plans to begin early spring grazing passes, keep in mind the risk of grass tetany.

Cow/Calf Producer

Grass farmer first, beef producer second: Rotate, let it grow, rotate, let it grow…

“You have to first take care of your land before it can take care of you.” But sometimes this presents itself as a challenge for cattle producers, especially when Mother Nature deals tough cards of drought and unfavorable growing conditions. One way cattle producers can take care of their land while maximizing forage potential is through rotational grazing.

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