In this installment of the South Georgia Pine podcast, UGA Extension Agent Andrew Sawyer discusses weeds in pastures.
Strong feedlot demand has kept prices for stocker and feeder cattle firm throughout the winter, with many stocker cattle that in a typical year would still be on wheat pasture […]
Earlier this week, we were looking at this rye that has headed out across the field. This is often typical of our rye getting away from us. You can see […]
In my first drought story earlier in June, much of the focus was on the poor condition of the wheat and durum crops. While that is still the case, with […]
At a time when crop production costs remain high as crop prices decline and cattle compete for scarce pastures, converting cropland to pasture might make sense. If you’re considering this […]
Ranchers who use prescribed burns to control invasive plant species on their pastures could soon receive some help from above. Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have developed a prototype […]
Nitrate toxicity in cattle is a growing threat across southeastern states battling drought. An animal scientist with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System says drought is increasing the chance for livestock forages […]
High Plains pastures and rangeland are growing historically well this spring thanks to plenty of moisture in the region. That’s good news for grazers from North Dakota to Texas as cattleman continue […]
AgriLife Extension district reporters compiled the following summaries: CENTRAL: Corn planting was completed. About 35,000 acres, or 50 percent, of corn acreage was replanted. Sorghum has been replanted as well. Timely […]
Practically speaking, one really shouldn’t start grazing until there is at least 1800-2500 lbs of DM/acre.