Information on forage and grazing management of crops such as wheat, alfalfa, fescue, sorghum, corn, rye, canola, clover and birdsfoot trefoil. Tips on determining pasture yield, no-till crop management, crop rotation, silage, haylage and baleage.
Take time to examine the woodlines along your pastures. If they contain cherry trees, you risk losing livestock to cyanide poisoning.
As alfalfa breaks dormancy this spring, take time to evaluate the condition of your stand. Is it good enough to keep?
Are your pastures looking a little thin? Now is the time to consider frost seeding as an option to thicken forage stands.
Are your pastures looking a little thin? Read about frost seeding as an option to thicken forage stands.
Before you get to the field to cut hay, learn how to properly adjust your conditioning rolls for optimum performance.
Frost Seeding for Pasture Renovation-If stands are thin, consider frost seeding as an option to thicken your pasture.
By Lee Stivers, Tianna DuPont
In order to grow food with a minimum of external inputs, organic producers need to understand much about the biology of plants and ecological systems.