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Build a Grazing Plan to Balance Forage Supply, Livestock Demand

Simple is Best for Rotational Grazing Fencing

Adaptive Management, Multispecies Grazing Improves Soil Health 


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Gallagher Fence Plays Dr. Dolittle In Hollywood131Gallagher Fence Plays Dr. Dolittle In HollywoodWild Things Animal Rentals Inc. is a compound for wild and exotic animals which supplies trained animals for film, television, and live productions. You've seen their talented beasties in such films as Dr. Doolittle, Mighty Joe Young and The Lion King.
The Right Tools, Teamwork Help Beginning Farmers Get Their Start132The Right Tools, Teamwork Help Beginning Farmers Get Their StartFirst-generation farmers, Bryan Bonney and Dana Cadman of Tillsonburg, Ontario, were drawn to the cattle business by a love of the farming lifestyle and a desire to raise their children in a rural setting. They received their first shipment of cattle on their farm, known simply as Norfolk Cattle, in the early fall of 2013.
Good Records, Livestock Traceability Made Easy with Gallagher Weigh Systems133Good Records, Livestock Traceability Made Easy with Gallagher Weigh SystemsWhen it comes to keeping track of beef cattle, Ontario producer Tim Prior knows the value of good records.
Fencing Solutions Powered by Gallagher and the Sun134Fencing Solutions Powered by Gallagher and the SunTired of constantly fixing fence, Scott Akey did what some would consider unthinkable, he tore it out. All of it – to the tune of almost 50 acres of electric poly tape.
Stockpiling Forage an Economical Option to Extend Grazing Season135Stockpiling Forage an Economical Option to Extend Grazing SeasonStudies have shown time and again harvested feed costs are the largest expense of a livestock operation. To reduce these costs and help fill in the late fall and winter gaps in pasture forage availability, producers should consider strategies to extend the grazing season for their animals.

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.

 Animal & Pasture Management Articles



Alternative Approaches Help Rancher Graze Longer136Alternative Approaches Help Rancher Graze LongerRanching in northern climates brings with it a unique set of challenges. Extending the grazing season in these boreal locations where snow and ice can be major concerns takes grit and a willingness to do things a little differently. From what we used to do traditionally, we probably can graze two months to two and a half months longer than we used to.
Breaking Ground on Winter Grazing19Breaking Ground on Winter GrazingMany producers have found great success utilizing portable fencing to graze corn fields, and significantly decrease winter feed costs.Corn grazing is the cost-effective method to feed cattle in the winter.GarthHeinGallagher Territory Manager
Bear Fencing20Bear FencingBears of all kinds are a sometime dangerous nuisance around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and the national forests of northwestern Wyoming.Bears are smart... & they will find a way to get around most preventative measures.MarkBruscinoWY Game & Fish Dept