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Learn alternative methods and techniques for weed control on the prairies.
Integrating annual forage crops provides additional feed security and flexibility for livestock feeding operations.
Learn about bale grazing, a method of providing feed to beef cattle during the winter months.
Learn about leafy spurge, a noxious weed that infests pastures and the native prairies.
Discover how biological controls can be used along with hand picking and chemical controls to combat weeds.
Information on using brassica crops for hay and silage.
Learn about how to calculate hay share agreements and how much the land owner and the tenant each contribute to the production costs of hay.
Monitoring population levels and proactively managing pest numbers on an annual basis can prevent the build-up of RGS populations.
Learn about relative feed value, a tool for determining alfalfa quality.
Advice and recommendations for the management of forage crops in Saskatchewan
Learn about the risk of acidosis when grazing standing corn.
Initial stocking rates should reflect the productive capacity of the pasture.
Learn about intensive grazing, which describes livestock and grass management practices.
Discover some problem weeds that grow across the prairies and how to prevent and control their growth.
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