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What Do Cows Eat, and Why?

By   /  April 10, 2017  /  Behavior, Livestock  /  1 Comment

On its face, this seems like a silly question. Don’t we all know what cows eat?! So when Fred Provenza, as a new professor at Utah State University, chose this question for his research focus, there were some raised eyebrows. Three decades of research later, it turns out that Dr. Provenza’s research was ground-breaking, giving […]

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Kentucky Fried Chicken Dogs

By   /  April 10, 2017  /  The Funnies  /  No Comments

What will a dog do for a little fried chicken? And what happens when they become what they love? HEY! We need YOUR HELP! Our grant doesn’t happen unless we meet our 2017 match. If you appreciate On Pasture and want it to live on, please send your support. Save

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Success of Reed Canary Grass Seedings With and Without Companion Crops

By   /  April 10, 2017  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  4 Comments

Dan Hudson has been running test plots to share information on establishment of reed canary grass with and without companion or nurse crops. His results, shown in this video of his plots one year after planting, can give you some idea of what to expect in your own pastures and plantings and how these kinds […]

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We’ve Raised $1,500 of the $15,000 We Need This Year to Keep On Pasture Going

By   /  April 10, 2017  /  The Scoop  /  No Comments

We started our Spring Fund drive on March 21, On Pasture’s 4th Birthday. If you’ve already responded to our request for support, thank you very much! We really appreciate you stepping up to help! If you haven’t had a chance to visit our support page and send some help, here’s why we’re asking: On Pasture […]

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Autumn Olive Recipes

By   /  April 3, 2017  /  Consider This  /  1 Comment

This week Greg Judy tells us all about Autumn Olive management and how he’s learned to use it as a tool for improving the soils in his pastures and as a forage for his livestock. He also mentions that it provides a pretty tasty forage crop. A side benefit of eating the berries is that […]

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