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Aspirin Takes the Headache Out of Establishing Sustainable Pastures

By   /  July 26, 2021  /  Forage, Pasture Health  /  3 Comments

It seems like there is a lot of good research results becoming available right now. In June, we learned how plants develop “memories” to adapt and survive heat stress. This week we find out that native grasses may benefit from a headache cure! Researchers at Curtin University in Perth, Australia have shown how a readily […]

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Adapting to a Changing Climate

By   /  July 19, 2021  /  The Thinking Grazier  /  1 Comment

Editor’s Note: I just got back from 5 days in the largest 2C hot spot in the Lower 48. Grand Junction, Colorado is in the middle of a 30,000 square mile region that has warmed as much as 3.5° C (5° F) above pre-industrial levels. The result, in addition to hotter summers and warmer winters, […]

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The Thinking Grazier – Tools for Expanding Your Brain

By   /  July 19, 2021  /  The Scoop  /  No Comments

This week I’m introducing a new column. “The Thinking Grazier” goes beyond the hows and how-tos of grazing to focus on developing our skills as problem solvers. It’s not about “what” to think, but about “how” to think, how to develop your observational skills, and how to apply what you learn so you can adapt […]

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Which Kind of Grazing is Right for You?

By   /  July 12, 2021  /  Grazing Management  /  No Comments

There are so many different names for different kinds of grazing management that sometimes it gets a little confusing. So, to help you pick what’s right for you, here are some names and definitions. Each of these styles of grazing could fall under “Management-intensive Grazing” meaning that management of the animals is the focus, with […]

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We’re Improving On Pasture

By   /  July 5, 2021  /  The Scoop  /  No Comments

We’re making some changes to what we publish and to our publication schedule so we can serve you better. Here’s what’s happening.

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