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While mapping software and aerial images help analyze grazeable acres, a Noble Research Institute grazing study shows there’s no substitute for knowing your ranch at ground level.
The more we use systems thinking in land stewardship, the more we reduce unintended consequences of management decisions on soil health and ecosystem services.
Producers can save money by using native grass as a standing hay crop when overwintering a cow herd, since the supplemental feed costs are less than feeding hay plus supplementation.
The primary goal of Noble Research Institute’s Small Grains Breeding Program is to develop small grains cultivars with increased grazing tolerance, winter hardiness, forage yield and forage quality to benefit livestock production.
Cattle gut health, the purpose of supplementation, requires us to think about the interconnectedness of protein and energy.
Hedging and Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) are two ways to protect prices for cattle during market fluctuations seen during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tall fescue with improved forage quality and palatability may result from research into leaf softness.
Providing a high-energy supplement to cattle transitioning to wheat pasture does not result in sustained, extra weight gain in the long run, according to research.
Know when to invest in protein or in energy to meet a cow’s nutritional requirements during winter.
Noble Research Institute agricultural consultants share their top tips for managing through a drought.