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As the drought that has plagued the western Great Plains for over a year spreads across the Midwest, producers are making hard decisions about cow herd management.

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As I write this, we have just received some much-needed moisture, whereas others in our county just 40 miles away are plowing in the dust.

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Multiyear drought in much of the western U.S. has made it evident that we will have to make some tough grazing management decisions this year, and likely in the coming years as well.

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The keystone to any cow-calf producer or stocker operator in the past was having cattle to graze forages. Allowing cattle to graze pastures and crop fields has traditionally been the cheapest way to feed and maintain these animals.

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Twenty years ago, a colleague and I began an extension publication with this sentence: “Without question, stocking rate is the most important grazing management decision a rancher makes.”

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I followed a car with “Trees are the answer” plastered all over it last week in Dallas. I laughed. The answer to what? Shade? Beauty? Can’t argue with that.

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