Forage Focus: Stretching out the spring flush of forage growth

For most of us, forage growth has finally started and we are getting the spring "flush" of growth. For pasture and hay fields that are primarily grass based, we may get up to 70% of our growth in the next month or so. FULL STORY »

Study looks at using herbicides to accelerate forage dry down

Herbicide application increased the drying rate of ryegrass and sorghum without reducing nutritional value, but the researchers do have some cautions. FULL STORY »

Make the most of controlled-release fertilizers

Controlled-release nitrogen fertilizers are higher in cost than conventional products, but they can be advantageous in certain situations. FULL STORY »

App helps calculate value of using inoculants

Choosing whether or not to use an inoculant can impact your bottom line. Now there is a mobile app that can help with your decision. FULL STORY »

Stink bugs in cow feed fail to taint milk

Stink bugs don’t translate into stinky milk if ingested by cows, according to USDA research. FULL STORY »

Don't fall for the three tillage temptations

A Purdue Extension agronomist is urging corn farmers not to let planting anxiety drive them to fall for three common tillage temptations: too early, too wet, and too often. FULL STORY »

USDA develops phosphorus management tool

A tool developed by USDA scientists can help farmers model phosphorus loss in runoff and determine ways to reduce these losses. FULL STORY »

Understanding early season stress

Corn can face many different stresses that can reduce stands, such as cold or wet soils, insect feeding, cold temperatures and unfavorable weather conditions. FULL STORY »

Watch your carbs

The California Dairy Newsletter's "ABC’s of Forage Analysis" series continues with a look at nonstructural and nonfibrous carbohydrates. FULL STORY »

A look at silage fermentation

Proper silage fermentation is critical for minimizing losses in forage dry matter. Review the six phases of the fermentation process here. FULL STORY »

Is the grass greener?

Farms utilize pasture to lessen stored forage demand during the spring and summer months, when quantity may be limited. But, how many producers can say they manage pastures to their fullest potential? FULL STORY »

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