Rangeland Management

Drought still affecting this year’s grasshopper population

Last year’s drought is the most likely reason producers are seeing more grasshoppers and fewer honeybees this year, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service expert. FULL STORY »

Early spring means cutting hay early

Now is the time to start cutting hay, North Dakota State University livestock and rangeland specialists advise. FULL STORY »

Drought Monitor: Rains in Georgia, cold front hits Midwest

Early in the week, Tropical Depression Beryl tracked northeastward from southern Georgia to along the Georgia and Carolina coasts before moving into the open waters of the Atlantic. FULL STORY »

Producers encouraged to scout, treat fields for grasshoppers

From the Old Testament to Pixar's A Bug's Life, grasshoppers have always played the villain. FULL STORY »

Drought still challenges pastures, producers this year

When it comes to spring of 2012, looks can be deceiving. FULL STORY »

Texas crop, weather: Drought conditions ease, herds rebuilding

Though the areas of extreme and severe drought shrank further, large parts of Texas remained either in one stage of drought or abnormally dry, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor and Texas AgriLife Extension Service reports. FULL STORY »

Plan for drought before it happens

With just a couple of days left in May, it appears that the January-May period will be the warmest on record in Oklahoma. FULL STORY »

Thinking about cover crops

Over the last four years, it has become a lot more common for producers to grow a “cover crop” after winter or spring wheat has been harvested or on acres that have been deemed “prevent plant” due to wet conditions. FULL STORY »

Recovery by native grasses

Last year’s severe drought severely affected most of the state’s native warm season perennial grasses. FULL STORY »

Combined treatment most effective for brush management

Sometimes a one-two punch is needed to control brush effectively on rangeland, according to a Texas AgriLife Research brush management scientist. FULL STORY »

Controlling serecia lespedeze in cattle grazing fields

K-State animal scientist K.C. Olson talks about ongoing research into supplemental feeding of cattle, to encourage them to graze serecia lespedeza. FULL STORY »

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