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Scientists study plant-microbe interactions in switchgrass
How do you grow healthier, hardier plants for livestock and people? One answer may lie in the relationship between naturally occurring, beneficial microbes and prairie grass commonly seen in the Great Plains.
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7 Steps to Creating A Successful Ranch Management Plan
Soil and Water Relationships
What Does Organic Matter Do In Soil?
Determine Land Area and Distance With Your Smartphone
Beneficial Microbes for Agriculture
Things to Know Before Buying a Ranch
Manure scoring determines supplementation needs
Top 10 Liming Questions
Back to Basics: The Roles of N, P, K and Their Sources
The Feral Hog in Oklahoma
How to Decide Which Brush Management Method is Right for You — And Why It’s So Important
Want To Increase the Quantity and Quality of Your Forage? Here’s What You Can Control in Your Regenerative Grazing Program.
How We Are Reclaiming Grazeable Acres With a Long-Term Regenerative Management Plan
What is Plant Succession and Why is it Important in a Regenerative Operation?
5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Selling Beef Direct to Consumers
How One Young Rancher Started (and Grew) His Regenerative Operation
How to Set Up Your Ranch to Diversify Species and Income
7 Lessons We Learned When We Added Sheep to Our Regenerative Ranch
What is the Role of Cattle in Regenerative Agriculture?
Swaffar Joins Noble to Support Ranchers as They Rebuild Healthy Soils on Grazing Lands