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As I write this, it is a short week for the Thanksgiving holiday, my hope is that everyone can...

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The corn fodder “debate” can go many different directions, in various settings. What’s best agronomically? What is the benefit...

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I often work alone and this week’s article hits a nerve close to home for me, but it is...

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Swath grazing

Growing up “making hay” was one of my favorite summer activities, and that was when small square bales had...

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There is a notable change in the air this morning as I write this. Freeze warnings are being announced,...

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If anyone follows my columns on a regular basis, you might think I’m a broken record. Forage inventory this...

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I love calving out my fall cows. There is just something so peaceful about tagging new babies in tall native...

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I appreciate finding heifer calves when tagging babies, especially out of proven cow families. Admittedly, my love for that...

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With fall weaning happening now or very soon, pregnancy checking of the cow herd to determine how many cows...

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Forage quality has rapidly declined following the heat of August and the lack of widespread rainfall so far in...

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My title is Livestock and Natural Resources and I try to offer articles in each of these program areas....

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We are entering the time of year when things get busy on most every farm and/or ranch. Combines begin...

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The old saying “don’t count your chickens before they hatch” comes to mind, but high calf prices being reported...

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This last week has been an extreme tough in northeast Kansas and much of the county! The record heat...

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As promised last week, I’d like to dive into a bit deeper the message that Curt Pate provided on...

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