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USDA-ARS – Using fire with a stated objective—a strategy known as prescribed fire—is widely recognized as an effective way to remove standing, dead vegetation on rangelands. But fear of fire has left some to wonder if mowing or close grazing confers … Continue reading
Hay market trade is slow, demand was slow, prices remain steady. Seems as if Mother Nature is finally delivering winter weather to Kansas. Last Friday all but a half a dozen counties were under a winter weather advisory as snow … Continue reading
Hay market trade is slow, demand was slow, prices remain steady on limited test. Winter weather moved into the state over the weekend dropping several inches of rain over the central and eastern part of the state before changing over … Continue reading
Hay market trade is slow, demand was slow, prices remain steady on limited test. 01-07-20 Hay Report FINAL
Characterizing patterns and outcomes of large wildfire in the Great Plains: Are we growing a wildfire problem?
By Victoria Donovan See Video
By Keith Harmoney, Range Scientist, Hays KSU BEEFTIPS – Over the years, I’ve heard rangeland managers develop rules of thumb, or short phrases, to try to help them simplify decisions that need to be made to manage their pastures. Some … Continue reading
BEEFMAGAZINE & RANGE_EAST – Mention “precision agriculture” and most often the focus is on cropping systems. But that’s changing as precision ag technology is now being applied to rangeland settings, according to Mitch Stephenson, a University of Nebraska assistant professor … Continue reading