Clipping your pastures late in the fall can severely impact your winter stockpile growth for your winter forage supply.
“How big should my paddocks/pastures be?” The answer involves some forage clipping, some weighing, and some math and Dave Scott explains it all here. Enjoy! Dave Scott’s Sheep RanchDave Scott and his wife own and operate Montana Highland Lamb (Home Grown & Happy) in Whitehall Montana. Dave is also a livestock specialist at ATTRA’s National […]
The Python Wire Winder rolls up fence wire with an auger drive unit connected to your skid steer or tractor. With features like tie wire grooves, ten wire starter slots, and retention pin storage, the Python is sure to put the squeeze on your next wire wrapping project.
The strongest 3pt. wire winders on the market today. Over 13,500 in use worldwide. The ball valve is your variable speed control. Smooth-operating valve allows you to easily select any speed from fast down to crawl, as well as a complete stop. Wire winder’s hydraulic motor provides ample
We have 70 days left until our average killing frost date. That means we’re starting to stockpile now to extend our grazing season, allowing pastures to grow so we won’t have to feed hay this winter.