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The Burden of Broomstraw

As the weather turns cold, we begin to turn towards planning for fall and winter pasture management. It’s also …

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Don't Forget About Lime

Soil fertility is critical to any forage-based livestock operation. Without proper nutrient availability to forage plants, they cannot grow, …

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Recycling Leaves

Instead of bagging up leaves, recycle them! Composting fall leaves results in brown gold in spring. Dry, brittle leaves turn into dark, …

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