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Standlee Barn Bulletin

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Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Goats are ruminant animals who eat plants and digest them through a four-compartment stomach. They are more like deer regarding nutrition, than they are to sheep or cattle, which eat a lot of grass.

Goats are well-known for their ability to forage on anything from fresh grass to woody shrubs. They...

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Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Standlee Certified Noxious Weed Free BadgeStandlee Premium Western Forage® offers several Certified noxious weed free forage options. “Certified” means that a forage product is free of any noxious weeds. A majority of Certified noxious weed free forage programs are based on...

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Feeling Stressed? Give Goat Yoga a Try

Feeling Stressed? Give Goat Yoga a Try

If you’re feeling stressed and need a way to relax, we have a great option for you: Goat yoga. No, we’re not joking, and yes, goat yoga is an actual activity that’s currently offered all over the country. Here’s what you should know about this new form of yoga that’s...

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Who Grows Our Forage?

Who Grows Our Forage?

We had the opportunity to chat with Jason Stanger, our Vice President of Standlee Ag Resources, who shared his favorite experience of this time of year, along with the biggest challenge.

Getting back into the fields and out the office is something he really looks forward to. Jason...

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What Goes into Prepping the Fields for Quality Forage?

What Goes into Prepping the Fields for Quality Forage?

The changing of the seasons is always an exciting time around Standlee! It signals a slight change of focus for us. Spring, especially, is always a favorite time because the weather is warming, the sun is out, and so are tractors. Spring means planting, testing soil, inspecting fields, and making...

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