You might feel like that high-scoring pasture is your top performer, so you should give it what it needs, like you would any diva. But your biggest payback will be in helping the under-performing pasture that has potential, but is lagging because it's deficient in nutrients, organic matter, or pH.
Too much cactus doesn't have to be a bad thing. It's a nutritious forage, and prepared correctly, your cows can eat it, helping you get pastures back into shape and a step closer to healthier livestock. With a big El Niño, this year could be perfect for getting started.
Did you know that if the price of Florida tomatoes drops on a certain day, as much as 120,000 pounds of tomatoes heading from Mexico to the United States might be thrown into landfills? Here's how that's being changed in one border town.