Across the southeastern United States, there are several different species of Rubus (Blackberry and Dewberry). Blackberry is a common issue for pasture owners, with it also commonly growing in fence rows, and ditch banks. Lack of management will result in… Read More
Coffee Senna, Senna occidentalis Coffee Senna is an annual herb that is toxic if consumed in large quantities. It is found in disturbed or over grazed areas and can become an issue in row crops. Mowing before the formation of… Read More
Sicklepod, also known as coffeebeen, has upright stems, oval leaves, and yellow flowers. Seed pods are round, brownish in color, and contain angular seeds. Mature plants are found in late summer and fall. This weed should be controlled… Read More
National Pasture Lease Information Pasture leasing is an annual expense that needs to be factored into annual budgets. The national average cash rent pasture rates in 2017 are $12.50/acre, which is a decrease of $0.50/acre in comparison of rates… Read More
Trich- a very tricky situation Trichomoniasis, commonly referred to as “trich”, is a venereal disease that impacts several species, including humans. In cattle, the disease is caused by the protozoa Tritrichomonas foetus, a motile organism roughly 33% larger than… Read More
NFLAG is hosting two Forage Workshops North Florida Livestock Agents Group will be hosting two cool season forage workshops next month: October 16th- Duval County Extension Office October 26th Suwannee Valley Agriculture Education Center The address can be… Read More
Goatweed is a quick spreading weed with prolific seed production that is commonly found in improved pastures.
Show crotalaria, sometimes referred to as Rattlebox, is a fast growing summer annual that is toxic to livestock.
Southern sandbur (Sandspur), is a native annual grass adapted to dry, sandy soils.
Tropical Soda Apple is a common weed found throughout Florida and can be a serious problem in perennial pastures.