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Bale Grazing – Easier Winter Feeding in Pasture

There are all kinds of ways to feed livestock through the winter. This week we're going to look at the ins and outs of...

Bale Grazing Advice From Ranchers to Save Money, Improve Soil and Forage, and Have a Better Life

Why bale graze? To save money. One of the ranchers interviewed here says it costs him 14¢ per head per day to haul hay...

To Unroll or Not to Unroll? What Gives the Most Bang for the Buck When Bale Grazing?

The other day my buddy, Steve Kenyon, and I were discussing why concentrated bale grazing is so superior for pasture rejuvenation versus unrolling bales....

Outwintering Cattle With Stockpile and Bale Grazing

If you’re outwintering cattle, you have many options for providing the forage they need. In addition to grazing stockpiled pasture, I have tried bale...

Bale Grazing to Feed the Herds Above and Below Ground

Thanks to the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service staff in Montana for this helpful article! The last thing most people think about when they see...

This Winter, Improve Soil Health (and Your Life) With Bale Grazing

Bale grazing is a good tool for improving soil health while reducing costs. This 4:49 minute video from the Natural Resources Conservation Service gives...

Bale Grazing Dos and Don’ts

If you're going to be feeding your livestock this winter, bale grazing could be right for you. It can save you time and money...

Bale Grazing: Feed the Cattle, Feed the Pasture

If you didn't have a chance to stockpile forage for winter grazing, here's another way to make your life easier, your animals' lives better, all while improving your pastures.

Forage Sampling For Haying and Grazing and Tips on Bale Size

Forage sampling in a standing pasture allows us to get a feed value estimate of forages that will be fed to livestock. It's also...

Winter Shelter for Bale and Swath Grazing Cattle

If you're thinking about leaving your cattle out to graze this winter, you might be wondering what kind of shelter they'll need to protect...

Staying Ahead of Your Forage: Haying, Baleage and Grazing

Victor Shelton of the NRCS in Indiana puts out a monthly newsletter called "Grazing Bites." In the June issue he talks about what we can do to stay ahead of our forage when it's growing rapidly in the early grazing season.

Starting the Grazing Season with the Price of Hay and Fertilizer in Mind

On Pasture reader Richard Moyer wrote me in March about the interesting times we live in and what they might mean for the 2022...

A Walk Through of How to Use Your Grazing Chart

Have you downloaded your grazing chart? Have you started looking at the list of questions that will help you get your planning underway? Do...

Right-Sizing Your Grazing Operation – What Works Best?

John Marble and Troy Bishopp have something in common with many On Pasture readers. They expanded their grazing operations by renting pastures and grazing...

Winter Grazing to Protect Soils

This month's Grazier's Focus is on managing our winter grazing to future forage. Victor Shelton adds to this by reminding us what to do...

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