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New Cheese Rules

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  The Funnies  /  Comments Off on New Cheese Rules

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Training Cows to Eat Weeds – Even in Very Large Pastures

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  Livestock  /  3 Comments

It’s that time of year again when those special forbs start poking their heads up in your grassy pastures. That means it’s also the time of year when I remind you, “Those are not weeds. That is good forage!” And then I remind you that it only takes 8 hours spread over 7 days to […]

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Riparian Grazing: Can We Just Do The Right Thing?

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  Fencing, Grazing Management, Water, Water quality  /  3 Comments

With growing concerns over riparian management and its effect on water quality, farmers and ranchers are facing tightening regulations and restrictions on grazing next to streams and water bodies. Here, Troy wonders if we, as graziers, are doing all we can to protect water quality and our grazing future. At this year’s Northeast Pasture Consortium […]

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Have You Seen On Pasture’s First Video?

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  The Scoop  /  1 Comment

Mission statements can be dry and boring. So, five years ago, when we were developing On Pasture, we decided to explain our goals with this little video. What do we do? We sift through information so you don’t have to, turning “blah blah blah blah” into “This is what it means and how it can […]

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Take Advantage of Spring Green Up Without Destroying Your Summer Grazing

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  The Classic by NatGLC  /  Comments Off on Take Advantage of Spring Green Up Without Destroying Your Summer Grazing

It’s that time of year, when we’re all thinking about grazing green grass. These tips from Greg Judy, first published in April of 2013, will help you control yourself and manage your grazing so that you have the best pastures possible through the summer. One of the toughest grazing management periods for livestock producers is […]

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