By : Rory Lewandowski, OSU Extension Educator, Wayne County (This article appeared previously in the Spring 2017 issue of the Ohio Cattleman) For most beef cattle farmers who are managing their pastures in a rotational grazing system two of the biggest spring challenges are the flush of rapid growth that will occur and selective…Read More
By : Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service Perhaps a healthy soil is a good buffer to our own inadequacies. As we know, water storage and availability are necessary for soil health and forage growth. Ten years ago, the Dickinson Research Extension Center implemented a cropping system on a quarter of land. The…Read More
By : Christine Gelley – OSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator, Noble County, Ohio An example of fescue foot in the winter, which could be the result of fescue toxicosis last summer. Photo: Dr. David Bohnert, Oregon State University In January, I had the opportunity to attend the American Forage and Grassland…Read More
Written by B. Lynn Gordon (former SDSU Extension Agricultural Leadership Specialist), Courtesy of iGrow.org Managers and supervisors have many challenges to deal with daily in order to strive to help their company reach goals, be productive, and profitable. One of these challenges is dealing with difficult people. Their ability to lead difficult employees, which…Read More
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