Grazing Practices

Feeding cows hay now allows grass to recover after long drought

Feed hay in the fall and save the new green grass for winter. That plan can result in more feed for drought-stressed cow herds. FULL STORY »

Ammoniating crop residues as a feed resource

This past winter and early spring in the Plains States was much different than most years. For the most part, weather was great for calving. FULL STORY »

Grazing wheat in Missouri

Recent rains have given producers hope that they will be able to plant wheat this fall. Producers may be looking to plant wheat not only for a grain crop but also to provide some fall and early spring grazing. FULL STORY »

Hay feeding options to stretch short hay supplies

Arkansas’ drought has made hay in short supply and what’s available is expensive, raising the importance of stretching every ounce. FULL STORY »

Prepping pastures for next year

A farmer's most economical forage harvesters are livestock, says a University of Missouri Extension agronomist. FULL STORY »

Stockpiling pastures an option for emergency grazing

Scattered rainfall in the last two weeks is dangling the possibility of forage production into the fall and winter using a technique called stockpiling. FULL STORY »

Grazing drought-stressed standing corn

Grazing standing corn eliminates the costs of harvesting, transporting, drying, and storing grain. FULL STORY »

Soybeans as cow feed: A natural forage

As the drought impact on South Dakota farms and ranches intensifies, feed resources surface as a major limitation to maintaining beef cow numbers. FULL STORY »

Use cereal grains to replace fall forage in drought conditions

Beef herd owners short on pastures for their cows can provide fall grazing by planting cereal grains, says a University of Missouri plant scientist. FULL STORY »

Acreage management during a drought

"Take Half, Leave Half," is a grazing rule of thumb which Mindy Hubert, SDSU Extension Small Acreage Field Specialist, says has taken on a new meaning during the drought. FULL STORY »

Summer grazing gone, producers look to winter annuals

With summer’s grazing gone, Arkansas livestock producers are looking to winter annuals to sustain what’s left of their herds. FULL STORY »

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