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Benefits and How-To’s of Swath Grazing

By   /  August 17, 2020  /  Grazing Management  /  Comments Off on Benefits and How-To’s of Swath Grazing

Even though it’s only early August, we’re all thinking about what our fall and winter grazing and feeding is going to look like. One option is swath grazing, where instead of baling the cut forage, it’s left in the field in swaths. As Dr. Vernon Brown of Agriculture and AgriFood Canada says in this video, […]

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How to Stockpile Grass Like a 12-Year-Old

By   /  August 10, 2020  /  Grazing Management  /  2 Comments

If a 12-year-old were to set up a ranch they would probably make it simple, easy, and fun. That’s the kind of ranch I want to be a part of. Everything I do on the ranch I ask myself, “Could a 12-year-old do this?” If the answer is no, then I stop doing it or […]

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Cattle May Be the Last Hope for Saskatchewan Sage Grouse

By   /  April 16, 2018  /  Consider This, NRCS  /  Comments Off on Cattle May Be the Last Hope for Saskatchewan Sage Grouse

This 8:27 video takes us on a cattle drive with Miles Anderson, a rancher south of Fir Mountain, Saskatchewan, Canada. On this day, he’s gathering and moving about 100 cow calf pairs onto the neighboring Grasslands National Park so they can graze and create habitat for the endangered sage grouse.   As we follow Miles […]

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