Production practices that reduce soil disturbance, increase plant diversity, add animal diversity and maintain living roots are a positive step.
The effective mitigation of drought is improved soil health and using the available moisture more effectively.
Zoonotic diseases could pose a risk to animals, producers, public health and livestock markets.
We're recapping this year's most important issues though a look back at the covers of Drovers magazine.
The Virginia Forage and Grassland Council and Virginia Cooperative Extension will host the 2015 Winter Forage Conferences in four locations Jan. 20 through 23.
Adding a summer annual forage to available acreage can help fill forage needs, add grazing flexibility, and provide a drought tolerant forage.
After three years of collaboration with other soil-related organizations, the Soil Health Institute has endorsed 19 soil health measurements. The measurements will help scientists and farmers compare and track soil heal
Risk of Antibiotic Resistance