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Here's how New York graziers make more meat and milk from their pastures.
  1. Gear Up For Spring -- Here's how to get started with grazing this season.
  2. Keep Cows Clean -- Low-cost laneways tame mud.
  3. When To Start Grazing Cool-Season Forages -- Not too early, and not too late.
  4. Help Cows Adjust to Pasture -- As with barn feeding, ease them in to new rations gradually.
  5. Stocker Opportunities Abound in New York Pastures -- Virginia-born stockers thrive on cool-season forages.
  6. Amazing Grazing -- How sweet the sound!
  7. Baleage Perfect Complement for Pasture-Based Productions -- Use it to balance the quality of your pasture.
  8. Better Balancing -- Here's what your nutritionist needs to know to design the best rations for your cows on pasture.
  9. Pasture-Raised Poultry -- They're a great moneymaker for any grazing farm.
  10. Beat Summer Slump -- Keep stock up to speed even when cool-season forages slow to a crawl.
  11. Tame Thistles -- Low-cost weed-control strategies that work wonders.
  12. Test Cuts Feed Costs -- Milk urea nitrogen analyses can help keep you from overfeeding protein.
  13. Manage Grazing To Beat Bloat -- Grazing strategies that reduce the risks.
  14. Know What You've Got -- Sampling pastures helps you cut feed costs.
  15. Timely Tips -- Great grazing solutions from farmers and ag professionals.

This series of articles originally published in the New York Pasture Association Newsletter provides timely tips on forage and stock management, ration balancing, laneways, weed control and more. Memberships are $24 per year and include a subscription to the newsletter, Pasture Talk. For more information, write: NYPA, P.O. Box 5104, Cortland, NY 13045.

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