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Looking for A Big Turkey?

By   /  November 25, 2019  /  The Funnies  /  No Comments

When you’re picking out your turkey, this is something you should keep in mind. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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Production Systems for Pasture-Finished Beef – Part 1

By   /  November 25, 2019  /  Beef Cattle, Livestock  /  1 Comment

As Greg Halich writes in his introduction to the Producer’s Guide to Pasture-Based Beef Finishing, “Bringing animals to a finishing weight on pasture in a reasonable time frame is no easy task, and requires a fundamental understanding of how beef cattle mature as well as understanding the capabilities and limitations of various forages.” In the […]

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Stresses Affecting Graziers and How to Deal With Them – Kathy’s on a Podcast!

By   /  November 25, 2019  /  The Scoop  /  2 Comments

This week, I’m featured in the latest episode of Ag State of Mind. This podcast examines the stresses affecting farmers and ranchers and how to alleviate them and improve producers’ lives. In our wide-ranging discussion, host Jason Medows and I talk about everything from the ways On Pasture supports producers by providing information that can […]

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Soil Health Principles Part 3 – Keep the Soil Covered

By   /  November 25, 2019  /  NRCS, Pasture Health, Soil  /  1 Comment

This is the third in our series on soil health principles as presented by Buz Kloot, film maker and Research Associate Professor at the Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. We’re interested in principles because they provide the foundation for the decisions we make […]

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Grasslands May Adjust More Quickly to Warmer Winters

By   /  November 18, 2019  /  ARS, Consider This  /  No Comments

From the University of New Hampshire College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, here’s some insight into what happens to carbon uptake by grasslands and forests as our climate continues to warm. As climate changes, Northeast winters are warming more rapidly than other times of the year. While this may mean favorable growing conditions start earlier […]

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