Grazing Practices

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 »

Winter cow feeding strategies

Minimizing hay waste is a good place to start when trying to reduce cow feed costs. Hay rings will reduce hay waster, especially those featuring a solid bottom. FULL STORY »

Using fall grass to supplement poor-quality drought hay

Don't waste good grass growth this fall, a University of Missouri nutritionist tells cow-herd owners. Use it as supplement for low-quality hay. FULL STORY »

Lead poisoning of cattle can be avoided

At least once every year, an unfortunate story of cattle loss is repeated somewhere in Oklahoma. FULL STORY »

Good grazing management can increase soil mineral nitrogen

Low available mineral nitrogen limits grass production more than low water on grassland pastures. FULL STORY »

Assess forage reserves now for fall, winter grazing

There are several ”classes” of reserve forages that are available for grazing livestock begin­ning in September and going forward through winter. FULL STORY »

Effects of a freeze on forages

If you haven't experienced a freeze yet this fall, you soon will. When plants freeze, changes occur in their metabolism and composition that can poison livestock. But you can prevent problems. FULL STORY »

Identify and eliminate weeds in hay and pasture fields

Highly productive pastures and hay fields do not happen just by accident. Weed and pest control, nutrient management and properly timed harvests all have their role. FULL STORY »

Wheat pasture production and economic prospects

Much of Oklahoma has received significant rain in the past week that is particularly timely for winter wheat pasture prospects. FULL STORY »

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 »

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