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

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Prairie dogs can munch their way through pastures, taking away half of the available forage from cattle.

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A healthy agri-ecosystem is critical to productive, stable rangeland, according to Richard Teague, a Texas A&M AgriLife Research rangeland ecology and management scientist at Vernon, Texas.

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Over time, forages growing in a pasture can take real punishment. Drought, flood, overgrazing, lack of nutrients, disease and insect damage can result in stand decline and alter the composition of plants within the pasture.

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A strategic plan is a high-level plan to achieve one or more goals under conditions of uncertainty, usually with limited resources.

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As we transition from winter into spring, livestock producers should begin the process of evaluating their pasture fly control options for their specific management system.

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Fire is fire. That said, I can tell you fire is the answer – but the problem is in the questions.

Is it a wildfire or prescribed burn? The biggest question for range managers is: How does fire (planned or unplanned) fit into your ranch plan?

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