Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Tag: forage

High Nitrates a Concern in Stressed Forage Crops

By, Jordan Johnson, M.Sc., Agri-Environmental Specialist, Swift Current Maddy Lazurko, AAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Swift Current With much of the growing season on the...

Harvest Continues to Progress Quickly

Despite the recent rainfall delays that many producers experienced, harvest continues to progress quickly this week. It has advanced substantially in the northern regions....

Producers Can Apply for AgriRecovery September 1st

Agriculture Minister David Marit has announced details of the AgriRecovery program, now known as the 2021 Canada-Saskatchewan Drought Response Initiative. Producers can submit applications toward...

Salvaging Cereal Crops as Forage

Source: Catherine Lang, BSA, AAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Watrous, October 2019 After the early snow and a month of wet weather in Saskatchewan,...

Forage, pasture insurance due for overhaul

Source: Barbara Duckworth, Phil Franz-Warkentin, Producer.com, November  13, 2018  Alberta Beef Producers hopes work done with Alberta Financial Services Corp. will see changes made next year  A...

Sustainable Wintering Site Management

Source: Sarah Sommerfeld, PAg, Regional Forage Specialist, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Many livestock producers have moved from wintering animals in a confined drylot system and have...

From Old, Make New – Rejuvenating a Forage Stand

Sarah Sommerfeld, PAg, Regional Forage Specialist, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture To improve the productivity of a stand, forage rejuvenation practices can be implemented. As a forage stand...

High-sugar forages give beef a boost

By Robert Arnason, The Western Producer, August 4, 2016  Studies show energy dense feed is easier for cattle to digest and improves rumen health and...
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