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Reader Question – Should I Continue Rotational Grazing When the Grass Dries Up?

By   /  September 18, 2017  /  The Scoop  /  11 Comments

Hello, On Pasture Community! We have another question from one of your fellow-community members. We all have this issue of grasses going dormant for part of the year, so we bet you’ve got some experience and some suggestions for Pete: I have a 40-acre ranch in California, in the Sierra foothills below Yosemite. I also […]

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This Man Has Collected 44 Years of Weather Data. What Did He Learn?

By   /  September 11, 2017  /  Consider This  /  No Comments

“One winter, billy barr started collecting data from his home in the Colorado Rockies. Four decades later, his 12,000 records are a climate scientist’s goldmine.” – National Geographic billy barr (he doesn’t use capital letters for his name) lives in Gothic, Colorado, one of the coldest places on the planet. He moved there as a […]

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Conservationist Rancher is Part of the Ecosystem

By   /  September 4, 2017  /  Consider This  /  No Comments

“Ranchers are not outside the ecosystem managing it,” says Grady Grissom. “They’re in the ecosystem trying to survive. And if you make successively bad decisions on a piece of land, you will go away. Your genes will no longer be in the gene pool and you wont’ be part of the generational ranching population.” It’s […]

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Advertise Your Event for FREE in the On Pasture Calendar

By   /  September 4, 2017  /  The Scoop  /  No Comments

As we head into fall, we’re also headed into conference season, the time when you can go out and learn new things to help you make your operation better. Want to learn more about stockdogs and how you can work with yours? There’s a workshop for that.  Want to meet up with Greg Judy and […]

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Time Grazing to Increase Warm Season Grasses

By   /  September 4, 2017  /  Forage, Grazing Management, Pasture Health  /  1 Comment

This project focuses on increasing big bluestem. But similar management could be used to promote other forages as well.

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