Still time to soil test hay fields

Soil testing can be done any time of the year and economic markets indicate that hay fields should be tested sooner rather than later. FULL STORY »

Potential forage challenge ahead

Depending upon the location of your operation, weather conditions may have wreaked havoc on your crops this year, making forage, specifically haylage availability, a challenge. FULL STORY »

Forage quality among topics at women’s ag conference

Women will learn how to test hay for moisture and analyze its nutrient content at the “Pearls of Production: Women in Agriculture” conference, Nov. 8-9 in Columbia. FULL STORY »

Plan for winter forage needs

One of the keys to achieving profitability on your farm is by feeding large amounts of high quality forage. The 2013 growing year throughout much of Minnesota and the Midwest was a real challenge. FULL STORY »

Evaluate alfalfa stands this fall

Farmers should not ignore alfalfa fields after the final harvest of the season but instead should assess stands to determine if any limestone, nutrients or reseeding plans are necessary, a Purdue Extension forage specialist says. FULL STORY »

NEXGROW Alfalfa wins again at World Forage Analysis Superbowl

NEXGROW variety 6422Q takes Commercial Hay Grand Champion three years running. FULL STORY »

Grazing crop residues

Grazing crop residues can help lower the costs of feeding your herd. FULL STORY »

Drying tips for 2013 corn with an attitude

Just like the stars in the sky, traveling around the Corn Belt you cannot escape the hum of dryer fans on grain bins full of corn. FULL STORY »

Guidance for reseeding pasture in pipeline rights-of-way

Farmers who are negotiating easements across their property for shale oil and gas pipelines might want to include a clause about when the company should reseed their pastures because reseeding at the wrong time of year often results in failure, a forage expert with Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences says. FULL STORY »

Early fall is a good time to assess pastures, plan improvements

October is a good month for livestock producers to look at pastures to see what's there and what might need a boost to help improve grazing yield and quality for next year, a Purdue Extension forage specialist says. FULL STORY »

Missouri Dairy Grazing Conference set for Oct. 23-25

"Creating Consistent Systems” is the theme of a panel discussion opening the Missouri Dairy Grazing Conference, Oct. 23-25, Springfield, Mo. FULL STORY »

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