Forage variety is the key to conservation on one South Dakota operation

Mark Hollenbeck considers forage variety a key factor on his ranch.

The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service takes us to his South Dakota operation.

The Hollenbeck’s have fenced about nine miles of rough terrain to create a hunting preserve, stocked with elk, mule deer, and white tail.


Mike and Tammy Wilson are finalists for this year’s Leopold Conservation Award

Commodity Groups Team Up With NRCS to Establish Farmer-Led Soil Health Program

What role do forages play in benefiting livestock?