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PDPW Feed & Nutrition Conference is next week

Are you looking for ways to cut feed costs or wondering what commodity is really the best buy? Then you don't want to miss the “Alternatives, Strategies, Decisions” Feed & Nutrition Conference next week in two locations in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

Step up your nutrition know-how

Looking for ways to stretch your feed dollar or improve the ration? Here are some nutrition-related events to check out this month. FULL STORY »

Alternative forages: Are they profitable?

Learn the answer to this question during an upcoming installment of the Penn State "Show Me the Money" conference call series, scheduled for Sept. 18. FULL STORY »

Subsurface drip irrigation for corn production

Subsurface drip irrigation is gaining popularity in some row crops, but has yet to become popular in irrigated corn. However, recent water use restrictions and drought and fertilizer run-off concerns have renewed interest in subsurface drip irrigation as a more efficient and precise means of water and fertilizer delivery. FULL STORY »

A cautionary note about copper footbaths

Water from a copper sulfate footbath is often discarded into lagoons and eventually used to irrigate corn and alfalfa. USDA scientists say this could start to negatively affect crop production. FULL STORY »

Advice for pricing corn silage

Taking a little time to look at the factors involved with pricing corn silage from standing corn will help both the buyer and seller reach a fair price. FULL STORY »

Will your crop insurance claim be large enough for an audit?

If you are a Corn Belt farmer, and have corn or soybeans covered by crop insurance, there is a strong possibility that you may have a claim to file for either loss of production or revenue. FULL STORY »

2012 North American Manure Expo

The free event will be Aug. 22 at the USDA Dairy Forage Research Center north of Prairie du Sac, Wis. Come for a full day focused on manure management and application, new designs and equipment, educational seminars and more. FULL STORY »

Tips for pricing corn silage

A lot more corn may be headed for silage this year than normal. Experts at the University of Nebraska and University of Wisconsin offer advice on how to price it fairly. FULL STORY »

Focus on fire prevention for 2012 harvest

Nationwide, combine and tractor fires are believed to have caused tens of millions of dollars in property losses each year. Harvest is a prime time for agricultural fires, even when the weather has not been warm and dry. FULL STORY »

Entry deadline for forage contest quickly approaches

Silage entries for standard and brown midrib corn silage categories must be received by Aug. 16. All other forage samples, including dairy hay, haylage, baleage, commercial hay and grass hay, must be submitted by Sept. 6. FULL STORY »

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