Livestock production on grasslands
Under the Wire Premiere
February 8, 2024
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CGS Podcast: Nebraska Grazing Conference Speakers III
July 27, 2021
Check out the new CGS Podcast episodes featuring upcoming NGC speakers Ethan Freese, Dan Rasmussen, and John Walker.
CGS Podcast: Nebraska Grazing Conference Speakers II
July 22, 2021
Check out the new CGS Podcast episodes featuring upcoming NGC speakers Jay Parsons, Melissa Panella, Jeff Drahota, and Walt Schacht.
IANR VC Boehm on the Barta Brothers Ranch (KRVN)
July 19, 2021
IANR Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm shares about the Barta Brothers Ranch and how it's being used to benefit Nebraska's ranchers.
The Rangelands Partnership Launches Rangelands Gateway
March 26, 2021
Introducing Rangelands Gateway! The latest and greatest creation of The Rangelands Partnership (RP), a 20-year multi-state collaboration. The Gateway combines and updates the Partnership’s previous websites: Global Rangelands, Rangelands West, and state specific rangelands websites into one, easy-to-use place. Rangelands Gateway provides access to more than 25,000 resources including journal articles, reports, websites, and videos to inform decisions making for research, teaching, and practical applications for rangeland management.
2020 Virtual Nebraska Grazing Conference Recordings
August 17, 2020
The NGC is designed for people with an interest in the utilization and conservation of our grazing lands, and a desire to learn the most current information on grazing livestock systems and their impact on our lands. The 2020 NGC was recorded and the videos are now posted.
CGS Podcast: Scaling up Management for Resilient Grazing Lands - Outcomes for Livestock and Wildlife with Caleb Roberts
August 3, 2020
CGS Podcast: Ranch of the Future with Travis Mulliniks
June 25, 2020
Husker researchers linking cattle behavior to efficient beef production
September 16, 2020
Range cattle spend most of their time grazing, ruminating, resting and watering. Using collars fitted with GPS and accelerometers, technology similar to that found in a Fitbit that collects data on movement patterns, University of Nebraska–Lincoln researchers are tracking the movements and behavioral patterns of beef cattle and how they link to efficient beef production systems.
CGS Podcast: Precision Ag with Mitchell Stephenson
May 18, 2020