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Fall feeding and pasture management for your cattle.
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A chicken's salad bar should produce plenty of seeds and attract insects
Putting chickens out on pasture is a popular management method for many small flock owners. The birds can freely scratch and peck over a large area, eating to their heart’s content. Jim...
Rotational grazing pays off for this young farmer. Here are his tips on getting started with a grass-fed beef program.
Check out these tips from Jonathan Harding of Golden Bison Company (trade name High Plains Bison). He spends most of his time managing a bison ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but oversees five other...
Our readers love to show off their places in the country. Here are a few of the many entries from a past Beautiful Places photo contest, sponsored by Exmark Mowers.
Brent is teeing up for golf in the pasture and supporting charities
Brent Maher of Franklin, Tennessee had 20-acres of land that he wasn't doing much with. One day as he was mowing, he thought, why not mow out a golf course? Brent didn't play golf, but his...
Good rangeland and pasture management may include burning it off from time-to-time
Prescribed burning of a pasture or rangeland is an important tool for brush and weed control. It also allows the re-growth of nutrient-rich grasses for grazing, and kills ticks and parasites that are...
Rain was heading our way, so Bob and I spent Sunday afternoon seeding the pond dam and new fenceline. This was the area we cleared out last fall after a drought dried up the marshy area behind the...
A rotational grazing structure saves time, money, and your pastures
Radio interview source: Steve Higgins, Director of Animal Compliance, University of Kentucky Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Some cattle producers have to sacrifice a pasture...
To make the most of your pastures, check out this program
Radio interview source: Kimberli Stine, National Coordinator, Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below In the early 1990s, farmers, ranchers, and...