May 2021

Your Land

More than 47 years of burning, Ed Koger has noticed better weaning weights and faster breedback for his 1,100-head Angus cow herd. The Hashknife Ranch also hosts up to 1,500 yearlings each year to harvest the invigorated prairie grasses. (Dan Crummett)
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Rotating the management tool on small sections of pastures boosts ranch efficiency and restores diverse wildlife and native plant populations.

Your Farm

Cross the Fence (Ralph Mark Jr.)
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Easy-to-build ideas make your work easier. Readers send in helpful solutions to farm and ranch problems.

Your Life

Grilled Pork Tenderloin With Peaches (Rachel Johnson)
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This easy, quick main course will receive rave reviews.

CattleLink

(Karl Wolfshohl)
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High-risk calves lose value as feeders shift to less population-based management.

Columns

(Photo Illustration by Nick Scalise)
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For corn and soybeans, understanding the seasonal patterns of each has been a helpful tool guiding risk-management decisions for decades. Is that still the case after 2020?

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