Grazing Practices

BeefTalk: Grass and beef

Grass and beef. Or should one say soil and beef because grass is a product of the soil? FULL STORY »

Expert: Irrigated crops on the High Plains ‘all over the map’

Though there have been some recent rains and irrigation pumping is in progress, High Plains corn and cotton is “highly variable,” according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. FULL STORY »

Options for management of cows during drought

The following questions are designed to assist cow-calf producers in determining next steps and best management practices when considering how best to manage their cowherd in the event of extended drought. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Good fences make good neighbors

There is a centuries-old saying: "Good fences make good neighbors." In his 1914 poem "Mending Wall," Robert Frost twice uses this saying as two neighbors set about mending a wall, which we would today call a fence. FULL STORY »

Grazing management impact on rangeland

Even with the spring moisture, soil moisture reserves remain limited on range and pastureland of western South Dakota said Roger Gates, SDSU Extension Rangeland Management Specialist. FULL STORY »

Poor grass production hurts California cattle ranchers

California cattle rancher Sam Travioli described the pasture on his ranch in the foothills east of Fresno as resembling a parking lot. FULL STORY »

Cooler spring didn’t stop weed flushes — only delayed them

Farmers and ranchers who passed on controlling slow-growing weeds this spring may now have reason for regret, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. FULL STORY »

Pasture and hay conditions are key to beef herd recovery

The U.S. beef herd is likely getting smaller again in 2013 due to unexpectedly large beef cow slaughter in the first half of the year. The 3.4 percent year-to-date increase in beef cow slaughter masks a more dramatic increase in beef cow culling since mid-March. FULL STORY »

Changes for improving grazing program before another drought

Sometimes I think a minor in psychology along with my agronomy degree would have been useful. Grass is easy to manage. Mow it, graze it, fertilize it, manage it and it grows like it supposed to. People are hard. FULL STORY »

Extra moisture can extend grass growth into summer slump

Rain makes grass grow. That’s good for grazing livestock, but makes haying difficult. FULL STORY »

Ranchers use water wisely, avoid drought impacts

With the help of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, Texas ranchers Gary and Sue Price are guiding ranch management into the future. FULL STORY »

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