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By | Forage, Grazing/ Animal Health, Soil Health

Improving Pasture Health: Bring back Dung Beetles! By Brett Peshek Range and pasture land make up around 27% of all the acres in the lower 48 states. Typically in the Midwest, rangeland only exists because the topography is too steep or rough to farm.  It’s also safe to say that…

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Nitrate Poisoning

By | Forage, Resources

With high nitrate levels with condusive conditions most forages can have the potential to become toxic with nitrates. Some species are more prone to this issue than other. If you think you may have some excess nitrates in your field left over from a failed crop or over application, ALWAYS…

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Prussic Acid Poisoning

By | Forage, Grass, Resources

Here’s a more detailed explaination of prussic acid risk concerning varying warm season grasses. This information should be read by all forage producers and grazers alike, to make yourself aware. Prussic acid concern is greatly reduced in diverse mixtures as the cattle can delute out the toxin long enough until…

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