Conducting an inventory of your forage supplies now will give your a good idea of possible deficiencies and allow time to develop the best options for the upcoming feeding season.
A cold, snowy December has caused many livestock farms to reevaluate their winter supply of forage.
Warmer than normal temperatures dominated the Midwest last week, and despite some thunderstorm in the High Plains, drought conditions have intensified. Cattlemen are culling herds and dipping into hay supplies.
Currently, low hay supplies and overstocked pastures are commonplace in the Midwest. Limited forage availability is still a challenge for cattlemen.
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Drier weather in the last month has led to slow growth of forages in parts of the Midwest, meaning livestock producers need to double check their forage supplies for the rest of the season now.