Plant leaves are riddled with tiny pores that open to bring in carbon dioxide, the gas converted into sugars through photosynthesis.
When managed well, pastures add dollars to farms. University of Missouri economists report an added output of $125 million per year from using skills taught for management-intensive grazing at grazing schools.
New sire selection rules for Show-Me-Select replacement heifers improve reliable calving-ease genetics.
Corn silage, not balage, better option for beef producers