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Grazing

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

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Cattle will gain weight when nutrient intake meets metabolic requirements for a targeted average daily gain (ADG). This is true regardless of the feeding method, whether in a feedyard with grain and roughage or in a pasture with forage only.

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Regenerative grazing is a wholesale philosophy that delivers upon preservation of soil, grass and livestock. Each step along the way allows you learn from mistakes to establish success.

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Livestock pests aren’t limited to grubs, lice, flies or other types of flying insects. Rodents also damage feed sources and supplies, forage and grain harvesting equipment, and range and pasture lands.

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Many cattle producers falsely believe they are in the cattle business. The reality is most are in the forage production business – some say the soil health business, or even the soil microbe business, but we aren’t here to split hairs.

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Fertilizer, fuel, oil, tires, parts, land – all of these production inputs cost way more today than they have in recent years. Just compared with 12 months ago, input costs have risen at an alarming rate.

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With drought plaguing much of the West, producers may have to adjust their management and use creative thinking to maintain production in spring- and fall-calving herds.

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