When farmers think of fall, harvest is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But it's important not to let managing fall pastures fall off your radar during the hustle and bustle of harvest time. This week I don't have my own words of wisdom to share; instead I'm sharing with you an article I personally reference and have re-read many times over the years that's a very informative piece on fall grazing management. Enjoy!
Pasture Management in the Fall
by Rory Lewandowski, Ohio State University Extention
Gina joined USDA-NRCS as a part-time intern in 2004 until she was brought in full-time in early 2006 as a Grasslands Specialist for the Zanesville Area Office. Later in 2012, she became a Resource Conservationist for Coshocton and Holmes counties. She holds a BS in Conservation from Kent State University. While she is based in Coshocton and can be reached there at (740) 622-8087 Ext 104, she’s also a frequent visitor to the Holmes office and can be reached at (330) 674-2811. You can also reach her via email, which is email@example.com