Cattle are gregarious animals and as such they have a strong attachment to the herd and learn directly from their mothers. When we change our weaning practices to late weaning they gain in several ways … CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
To bring our land and cattle into harmony and focus on best profits we need to optimize our forage resources or mesh the animal needs with the forage available in the different seasons of the year. Read how as I explain in my latest Beef Producer blog on The Grazier’s Art found here: http://beefproducer.com/blogs-set-correct-calving-season-adapted-cattle-7876
Winter stockpile forages in a drier environment might pay two ways: stretch thin forage supply or add cows.
There are important differences between protein supplementation on low-octane forages and high-octane forages.
I make this differentiation from low-octane forages and difficult environments because in them it is imperative to supplement with protein for cattle to thrive and produce good sustainable profits.
Head on over to my latest Beef Producer blog on The Grazier’s Art to learn more!
Decisions about protein supplementation depend on forage conditions and availability, plus animal type. Learn why in my latest Beef Producer blog on The Grazier’s Art.
Join us on Wednesday, November 6th at 7pm CST for a live webinar with Jim Elizondo, hosted by Agricultural Insights. The focus of this webinar will be on how to feed less or eliminate feeding hay to your livestock which is one of the biggest expenses associated with keeping livestock.
Click on the image below for instructions on how to attend this webinar!
As winter sets in you should switch to ultra-high-density grazing stockpiled forage and estimate days of reserve. Learn how to do just that and evaluate your winter stockpiled forage in my latest Beef Producer blog on The Grazier’s Art.
Regengraze is now offering a 4-disc DVD set, taught by internationally experienced rancher Jim Elizondo. This DVD set is packed with information you can start using today. Regardless of your experience level of type of livestock you have, there is a lot to learn about grazing management, genetics, nutrition, biology and supplementation from this wonderful DVD series. The biggest benefit is of course, how to feed less hay or eliminate it completely!
Topics discussed include:
- Utilize stockpiled warm season grasses for grazing in the Winter
- How & when to supplement cattle
- How to implement ultra high density grazing for high forage utilization efficiency
- How & why of of ruminant nutrition under low quality forages with classroom and field explanations
- Actual cattle moves with ultra high density grazing
- Watch cattle in good body condition on frosted low quality stockpiled bahia grass in winter
The 4-disc DVD set is available for purchase for $99 on Agricultural Insights. To purchase this DVD click here –> http://agriculturalinsights.com/hayless/