Resources for Pasture & Forage - Animal Agriculture
|Tests Available for Measuring Forage Quality||May 1, 2009||404-124|
|The Basics of Forage Testing||May 1, 2009||404-300|
|Nutritional Supplementation for Horses on Pasture in Virginia||May 1, 2009||406-477|
|Virginia's Horse Pastures: Grazing Management||May 1, 2009||418-101|
|Virginia's Horse Pastures: Forage Species for Horse Pastures||May 1, 2009||418-102|
|Virginia's Horse Pastures: Forage Establishment||May 1, 2009||418-103|
|Virginia's Horse Pastures: Renovating Old Pastures||May 1, 2009||418-104|
|Maintaining Healthy Horse Pastures||May 1, 2009||418-105|
|Calibrating Forage Seeding Equipment||Dec 10, 2009||418-121|
|Herbage Quality, Biomass, and Animal Performance of Cattle Grazing. Part I: Forage Biomass, Botanical Composition, and Nutritive Values||Nov 19, 2009||418-151|
|Herbage Quality, Biomass, and Animal Performance of Cattle Grazing. Part II: Animal Performance||Nov 19, 2009||418-152|
|Planning Fencing Systems For Controlled Grazing||May 1, 2009||442-130|
|Management Tips for Round Bale Hay Harvesting, Moving, and Storage||
Hay production and feeding is one of the most expensive components of forage-livestock systems. Specific management practices are necessary to maintain hay quality and minimize hay loss during harvest, transportation and storage of large round bales.
|Oct 9, 2014||442-454 (BSE-173P)|
|Large Round Bale Safety||
This Extension publication covers the safety aspects of equipment used in large round bale packages such as: balers, front-end loaders, bale handling and transport devices. The key to safe and efficient systems for handling large round bales is an operator who knows the hazards involved and who follows safety practices that can prevent accidents. Operators must be constantly alert for situations that may cause injuries to themselves or others. Besides pain and suffering, accidents contribute to higher costs in terms of unnecessary downtime or costly machine repairs. Alertness and safety consciousness can result in more efficient and profitable baling and handling.
|Oct 13, 2014||442-455 (BSE-172P)|
|Soil Test Note No.3 - Liming and Fertilization of Cool-Season Forage Crops||Aug 28, 2012||452-703 (CSES-16P)|
|Options for Clearing Land: Pasture Establishment for Horses||May 1, 2009||465-341|
|Tapping the Horse Hay Market||
Many horse managers have a keen eye for hay quality, but their buying habits may seem fickle because they need forages to fit an array of unique preferences and animal performance requirements.
|Jan 9, 2017||ANR-241NP|
|Good Production Practices: Name That Feed||
To demonstrate the importance of properly labeling feeds.
|Oct 28, 2015||APSC-98P|
|Pesticide Applicator Manuals||Nov 17, 2011||VTTP-2|