Pasture Management

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 »

Forage Focus: Pasture and hayfield renovation

As a result of last summer's drought, I am getting questions about pasture and hayfield renovation. What can be done to thicken up forage stands that have been thinned out? FULL STORY »

South Texas drought taking its toll on cattle ranchers

The unrelenting drought is taking its toll on South Texas cattle ranchers who are resorting to a centuries-old emergency method of feeding cattle. FULL STORY »

Interseeding legumes into pastures can lower costs

Clovers provide several benefits when they are used in pastures along with grass species. If the pasture species composition is 30 to 50% legumes research has showed us there is no benefit to adding additional nitrogen fertilizer. FULL STORY »

Farmers, ranchers mitigate impacts of drought with good planning

USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service is helping to mitigate impacts of drought across the nation. With good drought plans and conservation systems, farmers and ranchers are better equipped to manage dry and other extreme weather. FULL STORY »

Management tips for drought-stressed forages

The Midwest U.S. has seen some of the most extreme drought conditions of recent memory. Some precipitation has come over the fall and winter for much of this area, but not enough for most of us to feel comfortable about. FULL STORY »

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