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  1. Market Talk
    Hay (;-)) figured I'd jump on here and see what kind of information I can gather, what I need to know, what questions to ask, how to offer, what's typical of land rentals, etc. Please bare with me as I am completely new to anything other than boarding horses. :-) Please feel free to talk to me...
  2. Alfalfa/Hay
    I am looking to lease pasture for hay production & grazing cattle on, my operaitons is growing where i can no longer sustane it on owned land and need to expand, I am in South Central Texas, i have a couple of properties lined up for lease but i need to get a lease agreement put together, does...
  3. Weed and Pest Management
    Looking for advice on a year-long best practices of weed control in a cattle pastures and hay fields. I know a lot depends on weeds that our present, however I am more over looking for timing of spraying, and different products you like that kill a lot of different weeds. For example I am in...
  4. Weed and Pest Management
    I have this in my hay field. Anybody had a problem with it? I sprayed last year and it looks worse this year. Any ideas? I am wanting to shred it. I found Cimmeron Max gets it but should be applied in the bud or flowering stage. That means no shred.
  5. Pasture & Grazing
    Part I of a great Iowa State University Managed Grazing Video...
  6. Pasture & Grazing
    Part II of a great Iowa State University Managed Grazing Video...
  7. Pasture & Grazing
    Part III of a great Iowa State University Managed Grazing Video...
  8. Pasture & Grazing
    Part IV of a great Iowa State University Managed Grazing Video...
  9. Alfalfa/Hay
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  10. General Ranching
    TV station in Denver reports horses left to starve due to hay shortage and high hay prices.... http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/11/12/sky-high-hay-prices-leads-to-starving-horses-heading-into-winter/
  11. Workshops, Conferences, Assocations, and Clubs
    OSU Extension is sponsoring a free workshop, "Livestock Management - After the Drought," Aug. 13, 7-9:30 p.m. at the Mill Creek MetroParks Farm on State Route 46, across from the Canfield Fairgrounds in Canfield. http://www.agriculture.purdue.edu/aganswers/story.asp?storyID=6813
  12. Pasture & Grazing
    A wide range of forage crops could help grain and livestock producers salvage some value from their fields once the drought-ravaged corn crop has been harvested - if soil moisture returns to a level that can support plant growth. While damaged corn can be used as forage to feed livestock, it...
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