Pasture Management

Early action helps avoid losing forage to grasshopper damage

Prolonged drought brings dry conditions and the potential for a surge of grasshopper populations that can hurt pastures, rangeland and hay production. FULL STORY »

Feed options for cow calf producer during unusual spring Play video

K-State beef specialist, Dale Blasi talks to Eric Atkinson on how cow calf producers can use alternative feeds and supplements during this unusual spring weather. FULL STORY »

Producing annual and alternative crops for forage

Drought has negatively affected many of the perennial forages and pastures. FULL STORY »

Lease agreements to specify stocking rate, a drought clause

The two most important components of a grazing lease agreement are stocking rate and lease rate, according to Jay Jenkins, UNL Extension Educator in Cherry County. FULL STORY »

Cattle feeding: Grazing damaged wheat Play video

Daren Redfearn has advice on using freeze-damaged wheat as forage. FULL STORY »

Drought adjustments for cattle on pasture Play video

Keith Harmoney, beef scientist at K-State speaks at the Southern Plains Drought Summit on the adjustments needed for cattle on pasture during this drought. FULL STORY »

Mobile app aids prescribed burn management

Prescribed fire is a powerful tool that can be used to achieve manage­ment goals and manipulate vegeta­tion. FULL STORY »

Grants to help farms & ranches build resilience to drought

The USDA remains focused on carrying out its mission, despite a time of significant budget uncertainty. FULL STORY »

Grass tetany management for cattle grazing cool-season pastures

Grass tetany is caused by magnesium deficiency and can occur in cattle grazing lush, growing cool-season pastures. FULL STORY »

Extension expert: Grass not yet ready for grazing

While the calendar may say it is officially spring, the weather outside in many areas may not necessarily agree. As a result, producers may want to hold off grazing for a week or so longer than in a typical year, which could help pastures build up the roots to allow for a more productive grazing season. FULL STORY »

Native warm-season grasses: Drought proof or drought tolerant?

An article in a recent agriculture magazine had a quote claiming that native warm-season grass pastures are drought proof, and producers are excited at that possibility. FULL STORY »

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