Planning for the upcoming grazing season is important and should include factors such as estimated stocking rates, time of grazing for specific pastures, as well as contingency plans in the event of dry conditions.
Having a grazing plan will help extend the grazing season throughout the year.
Observation can help answer a lot of questions.
The time is now to start planning for parasite control prior to grazing.
These programs are not meant to take the place of on-the-ground monitoring and management, but they provide tools for the rancher tool kit to assist in the adaptive management of rangelands.
Setting the stocking rate is one of the most important decisions ranchers or land managers make.
Cover crops don’t just improve the performance of crop fields; they also make excellent forage for cattle.
Routine and continued use of anthelmintics have created resistance in some populations of internal parasites.