“What should I pay for a pasture lease?” is a search that brings lots of readers to On Pasture. It’s also a hard question to answer as there are so many things that factor into a pasture’s value. This was the first in a 4 part series published in 2014 to put together information to […]
We’re devoted to checking the science to find out if practices will help you. Here are the questions we ask demonstrated with an example of bamboozlement.
This is our favorite time of the year – THE NEW GRAZING CHARTS ARE HERE! THE NEW GRAZING CHARTS ARE HERE! Click here to get yours! To celebrate, this week’s Classic by NatGLC comes from the On Pasture “Special Collections.” It’s the series of articles Troy Bishopp wrote to show you the steps for making […]
From January 2017, Genevieve’s tips can help you adjust your winter grazing now for frost-seeding to prep for summer. Frost-seeding is one form of over-seeding, in which you can use legumes to economically and quickly thicken a pasture or a perennial hayfield in late winter. Though no-till drilling has more guarantee of success, frost seeding […]
This comes to us from a January 2017 issue of On Pasture. It gives you tips for cover crop types and grazing management to help improve soil health. You may have thought that planting a cover crop and leaving it alone until termination and planting of the cash crop is the best way to get […]