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Hay Range Pasture, Livestock

Use summer annual forages to build your grazing forage base

“Summer annuals are a good way to add diversity and build pasture stands for the upcoming grazing season,” says Patrick Davis, University of Missouri Extension livestock field specialist. Read More

One way to distinguish knotroot foxtail from annual foxtail is to look at the plant roots, which have “knotty” rhizomes. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Bradley.)

Two weeds to watch in pastures, hayfields in 2024

  • By Linda Geist │ University of Missouri Extension
Teppo Lily (Photo: iStock - itasun)

Felines not a purr-fect match for Easter lilies and similar flowers

(Journal stock photo by Jennifer Theurer.)
Salad plantation in a square garden at springtime, and some tomato plantation and flowers. (Photo: iStock - NCAImages)

Companion planting: Positive partnerships that produce more

Tornado damage in a town in Missouri (Photo: iStock - picturejohn)
(Photo courtesy K-State Research and Extension.)
Spraying field (Courtesy photo.)
Round hay bale (Photo courtesy MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.)

Reducing hay waste when supplies are low