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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This library of articles covers a number of pasture and animal management activities.


Here you'll find information about establishing a grazing plan, how to set up fresh water sources for your livestock, why soil health matters to topics about livestock handling techniques.  


Are you a do-it-yourselfer? We know how tough it can be to learn all the ins and outs of setting up an electric fence for the first time without someone physically being beside to you to guide you.  Our Fencing 101 section to goes over how to correctly setup an electric fence, the types of energizers available, how to ground your system and other helpful tips.  


Everything included in this library pertains to cost-effective management practices that will help improve the health of your land, herd and ultimately your bottom line.   


And best of all, these articles contain practical applications,  suggestions and advice from real ranchers, farmers and industry experts who invite you to learn from their experiences and improve upon them. ​

  

 

 

5 Key Factors to Maximizing an Electric Fence System325 Key Factors to Maximizing an Electric Fence System5 Key factors that will help you maximize your electric fencing system.
Foraging Ahead Through Challenging Times56Foraging Ahead Through Challenging Times​If there's one thing a cattle producer can count on, it's knowing they're going to face a challenge that's beyond their control.
Ranch & Farm Equipment that Stands the Test of (and Saves) Time23Ranch & Farm Equipment that Stands the Test of (and Saves) Time​Visitors can't help but notice the diverse offerings when stopping by the Gallery on the Farm in Enniskillen, Ontario, Canada. And that's by design, says owner Eric Bowman.
Weigh System Helps Cattle Producer Make Better Management Decisions24Weigh System Helps Cattle Producer Make Better Management DecisionsThere is an old saying that says you cannot manage what you do not measure. On a livestock operation where pounds of animal equate to dollars in the bank, this adage rings true.
5 Essentials to Better Stockmanship with Curt Pate285 Essentials to Better Stockmanship with Curt PateHandling cattle can be stressful, especially during activities like weaning or shipping. Using low-stress livestock handling techniques can help to make these tasks run smoother and keep both cattle and people safer.

Electric Fencing 101

Electric Fencing 101

Our Fencing 101 section to goes over how to correctly setup an electric fence, the types of chargers available, how to ground your system and other helpful tips.​

Pasture Management

Pasture Management

This collection of articles covers a number of management activities: helpful advice in creating a grazing plan, how maximize forage and the importance of soil health.   

Livestock Health

Livestock Health

Discover how proper dosages of vaccines, quality forage, fresh water and the ability to capture and collect livestock data can assist with improving livestock health.

 Education Articles

 

 

Plan, Prepare Now for Spring and Summer Grazing31Plan, Prepare Now for Spring and Summer Grazing​After a long winter, fences and pastures may be a little worn for the wear. Taking steps now to plan and prepare for the upcoming grazing season will give producers an advantage going into spring.First up on the spring to-do list should be walking the fence line.OwenWhiteGallagher Territory Manager
Foraging Ahead Through Challenging Times56Foraging Ahead Through Challenging Times​If there's one thing a cattle producer can count on, it's knowing they're going to face a challenge that's beyond their control.Cattle will graze more efficiently if they are no farther than 800 – 1,000 feet from their drinking source.
5 Essentials to Better Stockmanship with Curt Pate285 Essentials to Better Stockmanship with Curt PateHandling cattle can be stressful, especially during activities like weaning or shipping. Using low-stress livestock handling techniques can help to make these tasks run smoother and keep both cattle and people safer.We all seem to focus on stockmanship in the pens...CurtPate