Livestock, Forage, Grain Forum to focus on trends and future

Purdue University faculty and Extension staff will contribute to discussions of global food trends, risk management and drought recovery during this year's Indiana Livestock, Forage and Grain Forum. FULL STORY »

Set New Year's resolutions for your dairy

The start of the year is a good time to assess your dairy business and set some goals for the upcoming year. FULL STORY »

Seminar to help producers sort out forage decisions

Selecting the right forage species to grow can be a daunting task with long-term consequences, but an upcoming Indiana Forage Council seminar will help producers narrow down the options. FULL STORY »

Online dairy classes begin soon

"Advanced Dairy Nutrition" and "Milk Secretion, Mastitis, and Quality," two courses offered through the University of Illinois, begin Jan. 28. FULL STORY »

Start planning for higher forage rations

There are many benefits to feeding high-forage rations to dairy cows, but doing so successfully takes careful planning. Here is some advice to get you started. FULL STORY »

Phone app helps to name that weed

University of Missouri Extension has released a free app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices to help people easily identify weeds in the field, lawn or garden. The app, called ID Weeds, has information on more than 400 plant species that could be encountered. FULL STORY »

Nutrition tweaks for a better 2013

Use your forage resources wisely in 2013. Here is some advice. FULL STORY »

Indiana council begins work for better control of invasive plants

A council created by the state Legislature has begun an effort to help agencies and the public better understand the need to prevent invasive plant species from getting established and spreading in Indiana. FULL STORY »

Study examines forage mixtures

The recent study looks at performance of legume-grass mixtures for dairy and beef cattle in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. FULL STORY »

High-quality corn silage: A gift that keeps giving

New research findings suggest the milk-yield benefits of feeding highly digestible corn silage to transition cows may continue for at least two or three months after the silage is removed from the diet. FULL STORY »

USDA helped bring nearly $200 million in forage for producers

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that the USDA's measures to open conservation land to emergency haying and grazing during the 2012 drought freed up a record 2.8 million acres and provided as much as $200 million in forage for producers facing critical feed shortages. FULL STORY »

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