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Chickens Choose Cheap Feed

Remember the recent article on how cattle and bison are better at mixing their own feed than the people who try to do it for...

The Cheapest Way to Produce the Best Egg

Here's what the Arbuckles found out when they compared how different supplemental feeds affected the cost and nutrient density of their free range eggs.

The Tyranny of Small Decisions: How U.S. Agriculture Became What It Is Today

"The tyranny of small decisions is a phenomenon in which a number of decisions, individually small and insignificant in size and time perspective, cumulatively...

Finding the Information You Need

Back when I was starting to raise meat chickens, I went online and looked for plans for the chicken tractor recommended by a pretty...

Lambing on Pasture, Part 1

It’s the time of year we eagerly anticipate, as winter moves into hibernation and spring awakens. The greening of the grass, the song of...

Bedded Pack Buildings: Solving the Winter Mud, Muck and Manure Problem

Where is your herd (or flock) spending this winter? Right about now, with snow, ice, mud and manure building up, you may be wishing you had a different option than the one you're using. Here's a solution you can start considering and maybe planning for next year!

Answers to Frequently Asked Winter Grazing Questions

This week, Victor Shelton has answers to the most asked questions for winter graziers. Thanks, Victor! What is the difference between a frost and a...

White Muscle Disease – Protect Your Animals From This Mineral Deficiency

Dr. David Larsen's blog, "Memoirs of a Country Vet" is one of the few that I read every time there's a new post. I...

Changing Calving Dates? Here’s Help for Thinking About Finances, Profit and Marketing

We've all heard the advice about changing from calving in February and March to a time when the weather is nicer and the grass...

Protecting Pastures From Armyworms and Some Reminders for Your Fall “To Do” List

It has been another odd year with the weather. Some areas that were extremely dry early in the year are now enjoying abundant forages...

Aspirin Takes the Headache Out of Establishing Sustainable Pastures

It seems like there is a lot of good research results becoming available right now. In June, we learned how plants develop "memories" to...

Turning Out the Bulls – Later

Thanks to Kris Miner, South Dakota Grassland Coalition for sending on this reminder! With the traditional bull turnout date for most producers coming in the...

Success Means Working ON the Business, Not IN the Business

Most people blame things beyond our control like the weather, government regulation, low commodity prices and increasing costs for their failure to make a...

Can Cattle Eat Leafy Spurge?

Some time ago, I got this email from Jamie in Nebraska: Dear Kathy, I am interested in your way of controlling leafy spurge with cattle, however,...

Greg Judy has answers for your fence charger questions!

As we're heading into grazing season, fence chargers are on our minds. So, here's Greg Judy with a video on fence chargers and how...

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