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This Year’s Drought Outlook and What to Do About It

By   /  May 3, 2021  /  Grazing Management, Planning, The Classic by NatGLC, Water  /  No Comments

The US Weather Service has issued its drought prediction for the next 90 days and for some of us the news is not good. In fact, for some of us, the news is even worse than last year when Kathy and I shared this information with you. So here, updated from April of 2020 is […]

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Math and the Art of Grazing – Figuring Your Stocking Rate

By   /  April 12, 2021  /  Grazing Management, Planning  /  3 Comments

Thanks to Krista Ehlert, Assistant Professor and South Dakota State University Extension Range Specialist, and Jameson Brennan for this article! Like many of us Krista Ehlert has a love hate relationship with math. She says, “Growing up, I remember asking the question, “Why do we need to learn this?” The “this” being math, and I […]

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Get Your Free 2021 Grazing Planning Chart and Instructions Here!

By   /  March 8, 2021  /  Grazing Management, Planning  /  1 Comment

It’s that time of year again! Grass Whisperer Troy Bishopp has updated the grazing charts and they’re ready for you to download. Troy developed these grazing charts together while working with a group of farmers and graziers. They looked at examples from noted, successful graziers like Jim Gerrish and Greg Judy. They talked about their […]

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Collect More Sunshine to Grow More Grass

By   /  February 8, 2021  /  Forage, Grazing Management, Planning  /  6 Comments

ALERT: It’s science time again and we’re going to show you what you need to know to use your livestock to manage your pasture solar collectors so they’re always catching the maximum amount of sunlight.

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Turn Sunshine Into $ by Understanding How Plants Grow

By   /  February 1, 2021  /  Grazing Management, Planning  /  1 Comment

In preparation for the 2021 grazing season, let’s go over a little science about how your pasture plants grow. It’s something every grazier should know and we’ve added some ideas about how you can use this information to get more out of your grazing program.

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