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The question is, "Are your pastures ready for the winter?" Have you planned well enough ahead to bring warm-season pastures through the winter and have them respond as needed or expected next spring?
Recent staff departures, reassignments and announced retirements have changed the make-up of the Agricultural Division's consulting teams.
It is time consuming and often painful to prepare financial statements. A financial look at the business at a given point in time reveals the financial health of the business at that time. Analyze them and use them to detect early signs of financial stress so appropriate strategies can be implemented to ensure the long-term survival of the farm.
Tips to recognize when winter pasture is ready to graze and how to calculate the number of animals a pasture will support.
Keep these tips in mind when handling cattle in the pasture and corrals.
Producers frequently ask, "How long and how often should I allow cattle to graze winter pasture to meet their nutrient requirements?" We initiated research to gain some insight into this dilemma.
Pasture maintenance is much the same as vehicle maintenance - if you want your pastures to be productive over an acceptable time frame, you must pay attention to details, just like you should with your vehicle.
The quality of the decisions made by management is an important component in determining the longevity of the business.
Management most often is your responsibility as owner/operator and primary decision-maker. You decide what are the right things to be doing in your operation. Here are a few items to think about to determine if you are doing the right things on your farm or ranch.
Useful tips for forage producers and managers.