Grazing Practices

Can we have more drought related problems ahead this spring?

The unique conditions leading into the spring of 2013 may be leading us into even more potential problems. A dry growing season last summer combined with poor forage growth in the fall has left almost no standing forage in many pastures. FULL STORY »

Getting started with grazing

Beginning farmers have opportunities to utilize grazing systems to harvest high quality forages at a lower cost and with lower capital investment as compared to mechanical harvesting systems. FULL STORY »

Forage specialist offers methods of coping with drought

With a drought as severe as last summer's, the long-lasting effects require long-term adaptations from producers who are working with the limited water supply. FULL STORY »

Grazing grass too short kills off root systems

In the prolonged summer drought, farmers noticed that grass stayed green longer in their hayfields than in their pastures. FULL STORY »

Brice Lee and the importance of federal lands grazing

Brice Lee, the newly elected Public Land Council (PLC) president from Hesperus, Colo., speaks to the importance of federal lands grazing and other top PLC priorities. FULL STORY »

Does grazing corn stalks reduce yield?

Many producers have already turned cattle out on corn stalks and for good reasons, says Nathan Mueller, SDSU Extension Agronomist. FULL STORY »

Management of cows with limited forage availability

Most of the cow calf producers of the Midwest and Southwest are going into winter with very limited hay supplies and standing forage. FULL STORY »

Bermudagrass recovery requires managing ryegrass

Annual ryegrass, Lolium multiflorum, has been overseeded into bermudagrass pastures for many years. FULL STORY »

Texas crop, weather: Uncertainty the name of the game with wheat

Texas wheat growers may have some hard decisions to make this winter because of market and weather uncertainties, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service marketing expert. FULL STORY »

Wheat pasture prospects fading fast

No significant rain has fallen in Oklahoma in over two weeks. Last week’s Crop Progress showed that 25 percent of Oklahoma wheat was in good condition and 61 percent was fair with only 12 percent poor or very poor. FULL STORY »

Grazing corn residue that has excess ear drop

The recent high winds have caused 50 to 100 bushel per acre of corn on the ground. FULL STORY »

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