Pasture Management

Careful management aids drought survival

The U.S. Drought Monitor released on Nov. 20, 2012, shows the majority of Oklahoma and Texas in severe to extreme drought with northern Oklahoma and the Panhandle in exceptional drought. 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 »

Webinars for ranch advisors to focus on drought planning

A spring webinar series will provide drought planning techniques and technologies to advisors seeking to help Great Plains ranchers manage through drought. FULL STORY »

Restoring rangeland after fire Play video

Dwayne Elmore examines rangeland forage regrowth after fire. FULL STORY »

Drought losses in Oklahoma top $400 million for 2012

Oklahoma absorbed more than $400 million in losses in 2012 due to the ongoing drought, according to estimates by researchers at Oklahoma State University. FULL STORY »

Tax planning for producers due to Drought Disaster designation

The Drought Disaster declaration has given livestock producers options for deferring income from livestock sales in 2012. This planning is best done prior to year end, giving you the opportunity to execute options that can help you manage tax liability. FULL STORY »

Cattle diet quality during drought

I hear people talking about the need to provide supplemental nutrients during drought because the brown, dormant forage we see on rangeland is low in quality. 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 »

Nov. 15 deadline looms for range insurance

Livestock and hay producers have the ability to buy insurance through the new Pasture, Range and Forage Insurance risk policy offered in the High Plains region. 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 »

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