Tag Archives: Hay

Preventing Hay Fires

… hay moisture concentration has a major effect on the microbial activity that can lead to hay fires. Yeah, and blow the end of your barn off too. — jtl by Holly Wiemers, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, … Continue reading

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Winter Feed: Do You Have Enough To Feed Your Cows?

What this poor girl doesn’t seem to grasp is that most of this is un-necessary and very expensive folly. — jtl by Amanda  Radke in BEEF Daily Yesterday was my 26th birthday, and lucky gal that I am, my husband Tyler … Continue reading

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Intensive Grazing on Irrigated Pastures

By Dave Scott of ATTRA-NCAT via On Pasture Even if you’re not working with irrigation, this article has some great tips for transitioning to intensive grazing, stockpiling pasture, and considering the downsides.  This is the first in a series from Dave … Continue reading

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Sex, nutrition, and electric fence

Power fence is the technology that has the potential to help us graze animals for better sustainability of resources, graze areas that were impossible to graze without it, increase profit with more effective grazing, and control animals in a safe … Continue reading

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