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Click below to see the newest edition of the Barnyard Bulletin Newsletter! Barnyard Bulletin Jan-Feb-2018 Topics Include: Choosing the Right Beef Cuts Internal Parasites in Chickens Worker Protection Standards Caring For the Older Horse … Read More
Now is the time to begin preparing your pasture for spring green-up. Pastures have been through flooding from hurricanes and multiple hard freezes this winter which will affect its ability to grow this spring. Your job is to… Read More
Although pasture grass is the preferred method of feeding livestock sometimes the diet will need to be supplemented to meet their needs. Hay is often fed during the winter since bahiagrass and bermuda grass, the two most common… Read More
Have you seen big game in your area but they never seem to cross in front of your sights? Planting wildlife food plots is one way to help attract game species to stop right in front of your… Read More
Interested in learning how to grow sprouts as a food source for your chickens? Find all the information here! Sprouts are a great treat for backyard chickens who may not get to free roam or can serve as… Read More
What are you going to feed this winter? Bahia and Bermuda grass are our most predominant pasture grasses in Florida which allows for plenty of warm season forage but leaves us short during winter. The solution? Over-seeding pastures… Read More
Grazing Styles Continuous grazing is when livestock have access to the entire forage system at all times. Continuous is by far the easiest system to manage and requires less initial inputs but could have costly impacts. Rotational grazing,… Read More