Smell and color are clues, but not determinants of hay quality. The only way to be sure of hay quality is by testing for nutritional measures. Then match those with the nutritional demands of individual horses.
Join us for an educational field day looking at the benefits of incorporating cool season forages into your pastures for winter grazing and supplementation. Lunch is being sponsored by Crop Protection Services. Space is limited please reserve your… Read More
Driving through Marion County, “Horse Capital of the World”, even in the depths of winter I am amazed at the beauty of the large commercial farms located here. A particular topic of interest to me and one that… Read More
Pasture is the backbone of Florida’s cattle ranching industry and as such provides the foundation for nutrition of the entire herd. Early in my career as an extension livestock agent, an old Florida Cracker told me “Yes, I’m… Read More