Posts by Kerr Center

Feral Hog Workshop Recap

Twenty-one people turned out to hear the latest word in feral hog management at the Kerr Center’s August 27 evening workshop. Here’s a quick overview of what they learned.

Field Notes – August 2015

The worst of summer’s heat and drought is almost past, and we’re looking ahead to two great events in our fall educational lineup: – a September 26 elderberry workshop, featuring…

Help Your Calves Hit the Ground Healthy

Bottle-fed calves may be cute, but as anyone who’s kept one can attest, they’re a nuisance – and worse, a drain on time and profits. Healthy cattle who can deliver…

Gardening in Goop

“Even in organic no-till,” muses George Kuepper, “you can still get caught.” He’s surveying a small plot of ground that was tilled up for a demonstration for the May 9…

Spring Grazing Management: Off the Fescue

Many pastures on the Kerr Ranch are currently knee-deep in fescue, with seedheads nodding at waist height and thick stands of clover coming into white blossom beneath. The only thing…

Plasticulture Workshop Recap

Heavy rains rendered the Cannon Horticulture too mucky for the planned plasticulture demonstration at the May 9 workshop, but ODAFF and the Kerr Center are nothing if not adaptable. The…
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