Controlling spiny pigweed in your pastures is key to producing healthy forage and cattle. It can germinate at almost any time, so be on the lookout for it in your pastures.
Keeping weeds out of the way of your pasture production during the summer months delivers the benefits you need to maximize your lowest-cost feed source — your grass.
For this Kansas rancher, good stewardship has reliably maintained his strongest asset — his grazing land. Learn how Hurd Ranch Co. combines stocking rates with timely weed control.
Blackberries, if left unchecked, can quickly spread in a pasture and reduce the amount of grazeable acres. Learn how to identify and treat this bramble before it becomes a thorn in your side.
Jim Strickland improved pastures and recovered natural areas on Blackbeard’s Ranch in Florida. For his land management and his community outreach, Strickland and Blackbeard’s Ranch was named the winner of ESAP.