Ten keys to a profitable forage program

Forages typically account for over half the cost of production of forage-consuming animals and provide most of their nutrition. FULL STORY »

Soil testing for K

With spring's arrival, it is a good time to address some questions about soil testing, particularly the differences between "field moist" soil testing and standard air drying of samples that are run through soil testing labs. FULL STORY »

Precision feeding conference

The Penn State Extension Dairy Team is offering a one-day conference on May 9 to help producers examine current topics related to the precision feeding of dairy cattle. FULL STORY »

Corn growers: Assess wireworm risk prior to planting

Corn growers need to scout their fields to determine wireworm populations before planting so they don't miss the optimum treatment window, a Purdue Extension entomologist says. FULL STORY »

Are you ready for first cutting of alfalfa?

The first cutting of alfalfa typically has the highest yield and quality. Now is the time to prepare for a successful first harvest. FULL STORY »

New silage production reference manual

DuPont Pioneer has published a new information-packed resource guide for successfully producing silage. FULL STORY »

Overcoming forage shortages in a drought

During the drought of 2012, producers with disappearing forage were seeking options to feed livestock. FULL STORY »

Webinar covers feed storage design

Here is a recording of the recent Penn State webinar, "Feed Storage & Handling System Design." FULL STORY »

Hayfield renovations: Some things to consider

Is it economically viable to thicken up an old alfalfa stand with more alfalfa seed? Here is some advice to consider before implementing a hayfield or pasture renovation. FULL STORY »

Think forage inventories this spring

Spring is a good time to assess current supplies of forages available on your farm. This podcast offers some timely advice. FULL STORY »

Prevent sidewall compaction this spring

Sidewall compaction in wet soils can be a problem, especially if the crop is “mudded-in” and a dry spell occurs after planting. FULL STORY »

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