Pasture and Forage Minute: Grazing Winter Range, Fertilized Cornstalks
November 8, 2022
Extension educators discuss ways to graze winter pastures and fertilized corn residue fields without risking livestock health or nutrition.
Premature Frost Damage to Crops
October 14, 2022
UNL experts weigh in on the potential impacts for replant crops that experienced freezing temperatures Oct. 8 or may be at risk for a freeze this weekend.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Forage Drought Recovery, Prussic Acid in Sorghum
October 5, 2022
Extension educators share insights on the drought recovery process for pastures, how to graze forage sorghum species after freezing temperatures and how to capture the best nutrition from grazing crop residue this fall.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Monitoring Hay Quality and Pests, Early Cornstalk Harvest
September 21, 2022
Extension educators cover the variables involved in testing hay quality and what pests may sneak in with your imported hay — plus, why harvesting some corn a little early might be a good strategy for grazing this year.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Alfalfa Irrigation and Last Cutting, Winter Annual Brome Control
September 8, 2022
Tips on scheduling final irrigation and last cutting for alfalfa this fall, and controlling cheatgrass and wild oats in pastures.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Salvaging Drought-stressed Soybeans as Forages, Grasshopper Control
August 30, 2022
Nebraska Extension educators review forage considerations for growers faced with droughty soybeans, tips on measuring stands and assessing alfalfa field health, and thresholds where grasshopper control may be warranted.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Storage Considerations for Corn Silage and Hay
August 17, 2022
Nebraska Extension educators share recommendations on harvesting and storing drought-stressed corn for silage, and the most efficient ways to minimize hay bale weather loss.
Pasture and Forage Minute: Harvesting Drought-stressed Corn and Milo, Controlling Grasshoppers
August 2, 2022
Considerations for harvesting drought-stressed corn or milo, grasshopper control in pastures and rangeland, and taking inventory of fall/winter feed and hay.