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Find out how to improve livestock production while maintaining the value of the soil and land.

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Some people’s horse pastures look wonderful with nice tall grass, some look like a golf course, and some look like an arena. Which description fits your pasture?

The first step in managing your horse pasture is to determine what your goals are for your pasture area. Is it meant to be a nutritional forage source or an exercise area?

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Low-stress stockmanship is a beneficial way to handle cattle in feedlots, dairies, small pastures or when working them in corrals.

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Extension officials with the University of Idaho share insight on how to properly monitor rangeland through the use of digital cameras and routine inspections.

With a “let it burn” public lands fire policy, the Murphy fire was inevitable. The Murphy Wildland Fire Complex burned 652,016 acres of sagebrush grasslands in southern Idaho and northern Nevada in July 2007.

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Weaning age varies due to many factors. These include environmental conditions (early weaning is sometimes practiced during drought), cattle and feed prices, goals for the calves and goals for the cows.

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It is nearing July, and many of us are starting to get an idea of how much stored feed we will need for the winter – and how much we will have.

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