Illinois Dairy Summit coming up in January

A wide range of topics will be covered during the three-stop tour, beginning Jan. 22 in Freeport, Ill. FULL STORY »

Fall pasture walk provides opportunity for learning new ideas

Shupe Dairy Farm milks and pastures 600 cows in Huron County, located at the tip of Michigan’s Thumb. Here’s a look at some of their decisions shared at the recent pasture event. FULL STORY »

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University of Arkansas plant pathologists are advising farmers on how to prevent the fungal disease aflatoxin from damaging their crop. FULL STORY »

Choosing corn hybrids with diverse genetics

Diversity is an important strategy to mitigate risk. In corn production, this means choosing diverse hybrid genetics to hedge against weather, disease or pest-related risks that might affect any particular product. FULL STORY »

Help your pasture and forage recover from the drought

While most of the drought attention was given to corn and soybeans, pastures and hay crops were suffering just as much. Many Corn Belt operations had to ship cattle early and liquidate beef herds because of the lack of forage. FULL STORY »

Mycotoxin contamination: Effects on dairy production

Solutions to mycotoxin issues will be the topic of a South Dakota State University Extension seminar on Nov. 7. FULL STORY »

Fall frost and alfalfa: Risk management in play for growers

The lingering impact of this year’s drought has some producers debating whether to cut their alfalfa before a killing frost to ensure their livestock have sufficient stored forage or to not cut it to ensure the plants have less risk of winter injury, an Ohio State University Extension educator said. FULL STORY »

Not too late to plant winter wheat, but opportunity is fading

In a year when drought has caused some soybean growers to harvest later than normal and heavy rains prevented others from getting into their fields for fall planting, many have been slow to get winter wheat planted, according to an Ohio State University Extension expert. FULL STORY »

Snaplage in the dairy ration

Feeding snaplage/earlage has advantages and disadvantages. Producers must carefully evaluate their feeding situations and decide if snaplage is a good fit for their operation. FULL STORY »

Soil tests may not show accurate nutrient availability

Growers conducting soil tests this fall may be surprised at unexpectedly low potassium (K) levels. It’s likely, however, that fields tested in drought-stricken areas have plenty of nutrients waiting to move back into the soil, according to DuPont Pioneer agronomists. FULL STORY »

Advice on feeding corn stalks to dry cows and heifers

General recommendations are to feed corn stalks to dry cows and heifers up to 33 percent of the forage content of the diet. FULL STORY »

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