Thursday, May 16, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – “Don’t delay making hay,” says Rob Kallenbach, University of Missouri Extension.
Friday, May 10, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo. – After a long, slow start, pasture grass just needs more time and warm weather.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo.– Despite neutral supply and demand in dairy markets, the outlook is bullish, said an economist at the University of Missouri Extension Spring Ag Marketing Outlook Conference.
Thursday, March 28, 2013COLUMBIA, Mo.–During the drought of 2012, producers with disappearing forage were seeking options to feed livestock.
Monday, March 25, 2013LINNEUS, Mo. – Kentucky 31 tall fescue covers the ground well and resists insects, drought and overgrazing. But this most widely used pasture grass in Missouri has a flaw. “Common fescue is toxic to livestock,” said Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012COLUMBIA, Mo. -- In the prolonged summer drought, farmers noticed that grass stayed green longer in their hayfields than in their pastures.
Thursday, September 6, 2012COLUMBIA, Mo. – Drought-affected farmers forced to buy hay from out of state can take steps to avoid introducing red imported fire ants to their farms.
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Browse these University of Missouri websites:
- G3106, Total Mixed Dairy Rations on Your Farm?
- G3110, Feeding to Maximize Milk Solids
- G3150, Forages for Cattle: New Methods of Determining Energy Content and Evaluating Heat Damage
- G3161, Using NDF and ADF to Balance Diets
- G3170, Feeding Dairy Cattle for Proper Body Condition Score
- G3270, Whole Soybeans for Dairy Cattle
- G3555, Raising Calves on Stored Colostrum
- M181, Dairy Grazing: Selecting the Right Forage
- M182, Dairy Grazing: Growth of Pasture Plants
- M183, Dairy Grazing: Pasture Establishment
- M191, Dairy Grazing: Keys to Building a Profitable Pasture-Based Dairy
- MP662, Total Mixed Dairy Rations: Plans, Uses and Economics by Herd Size
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