With fall grazing upon us, some areas of the Midwest and Central Plains have been blessed with plenty of precipitation this year and other areas are still experiencing drought conditions.
Regardless of when you calve, there is little justification for a lengthy breeding season.
“Have you considered teff grass?” This is a growing response to those who are looking for more crop choices in their operations.
As a young producer, having the opportunity to gather advice or gain insight from those who have been there, done that is priceless. That is a main reason I value industry events like the annual National Cattlemen?s Be
Winter feed bills are one of the largest expenses of a livestock operation, but winter feed costs can be reduced with some action now.
Teff Grass is gaining in popularity as an alternative forage crop in Michigan.
Native warm season grasses are trending among growers looking for forages that will grow during hot, dry conditions.
Native grass pastures begin producing forage at a time during spring when our cool-season pastures are still productive.