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Ask the Silage Dr.: Silage packing density

A dense silage structure is the first step towards ensuring good fermentation that will minimize nutrient and dry matter (DM) losses. FULL STORY »

The Silage Dr. is now available through social media

The Silage Dr., the silage educational and information resource from Lallemand Animal Nutrition North America, has arrived on social media to give the industry more direct access to the Dr. to answer silage questions and learn about silage management practices. 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 »

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 »

Successful nutrient management begins with soil sampling

Soil analysis and fertilizer recommendations are only as good as the samples you submit. FULL STORY »

Remain aware of the potential for herbicide carryover in 2013

Dry soil conditions, similar to those experienced during the 2012 growing season, often slow the rate of herbicide degradation and increase the potential for damage to rotational crops from herbicide carryover. FULL STORY »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Safe handling of anhydrous ammonia

Although agriculture has used anhydrous ammonia for fertilizer for many years, the farming community can easily forget how this chemical should be handled with care and caution. FULL STORY »

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