Grazing Systems


Highlights of the Grazing Systems section include expert advice on how to manage cattle grazing for better forage production, more beef production & greater profitability, how to effectively mob graze and the latest tips and advice on different forage systems such as high-intensity, rotational systems or cornstalk grazing.

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    Mar 4, 2015

    BEEF reader survey shows interesting regional hay practices

    Exclusive BEEF reader survey shows regional practices in hay making and hay feeding....More
  • grazing tips
    Aug 21, 2014

    3 Ways To Improve Next Year’s Grazing Today 2

    If you have extra grass at this point in the summer grazing season, there are ways to improve next year’s grazing through better management practices. Bruce Anderson, UNL Extension forage specialist, offers three tips to improve next year’s grazing today....More
  • May 13, 2014

    5 Tips For Grazing Oat Pastures This Spring 1

    Oats can offer a high-quality grazing option for spring and early summer, but getting the most out of this forage can be tricky. I’ve rounded up 10 tips for taking advantage of this grazing option this spring....More
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    Sep 30, 2013

    Are You A Cowboy, A Stockman Or A Grass Farmer? 8

    I really don’t care what you want to call yourself or your employees – cowboy, stockman, grass farmer or rancher. Personally, I would simply like to be a good, complete rancher....More
  • land prices for pasture and farmland
    Jul 8, 2013

    What’s Land Worth? 10

    Land -- God certainly isn’t making more of it. With land prices at an all-time high, many are calling it “a safe deposit box with a view.”...More
  • pasture grazing tips for beef producers
    Jun 20, 2013

    Proper Grazing Is A Rancher’s Most Rewarding Challenge 1

    Good cowherd grazing is the catalyst for reducing the amount of harvested cattle feed, increasing grazed feed, reducing labor and equipment costs, and increasing land productivity on the ranch....More

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