Rangeland Management

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 »

Pasture Management: Timing prescribed burning

K-State range and pasture management specialist Walt Fick comments on the impact of the warm early spring on prescribed pasture burning. FULL STORY »

Forage Focus: Don't let spring yard cleanup kill your cows

It's the time of year when lots of people are outside trimming, pruning and generally cleaning up in the yard and around the farmstead. FULL STORY »

High winds complicate chances of drought recovery in some areas

Many areas received rain last week, further improving pastures and rangeland, filling farm ponds and stock tanks, and vastly improving the chances of successful spring planting, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service reports. FULL STORY »

Texas crop, weather: Drought-stricken areas continue to shrink

Rains continued to improve forages and the outlook for spring planting in many areas, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service reports. FULL STORY »

Professor leads national drought study on grasslands

A Colorado State University biologist will lead a national team that will experimentally impose severe drought in Great Plains grasslands and evaluate how the landscape responds – the first large-scale project of its kind. FULL STORY »

Kochia forage shows potential

Farmers and ranchers know kochia plants, either as weeds, emergency forage, or both. Two species of kochia commonly grow in the United States and while they differ significantly, they can be confused with each other. FULL STORY »

Finding new forages for rangeland cattle

Cattle that graze on rangelands in the western United States may soon have a new forage option, thanks to work by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist. FULL STORY »

Diseases of red clover and birdsfoot trefoil

Productivity and stand longevity, as well as forage quality, can be affected by common diseases in many Michigan hay fields and pastures. FULL STORY »

Grazing options during forage shortages

This year’s drought in the Southern Plains region was historic by any measure, but even in more normal times, drought is a common, recurring challenge for beef producers. And while most droughts are relatively short-term events, how a rancher responds can influence their long-term impact on the ranch and its forage resource. FULL STORY »

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