Information to help manage dairy and meat goat nutrition, including resources on feed analysis and forage quality. Tips on estimating water needs, avoiding poison ivy and multiflora rose and managing warm-season annual in a grazing system.
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This webinar discusses the role and management of warm-season annuals in a grazing system.
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Discover production basics for raising sheep and goats.
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Learn how to use feed analysis to determine forage quality, and exactly what feeding a high quality forage means.
Poison-ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) is a native woody, perennial vine.
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) occurs naturally in ruminant milk fat and meat, but diet changes can affect the amounts.
The spread of multiflora rose in PA caused it to be designated as a noxious weed. Multiflora rose can be controlled but it takes considerable effort.
New York State Senate recently voted to add silvopasturing, raising livestock and poultry in woodlots, to the state’s agricultural assessment program.
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Find out how to estimate homeowner or farmer water needs and calculate how much water must be delivered from a private water supply to meet these needs.
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Dairy goat production is an alternative livestock enterprise suitable for many small-scale or part-time livestock operations.