Improve low-quality forages

With tight hay supplies and escalating prices, producers are scrounging for every bit of possible forage they can find. Given the extended drought, good or medium-quality hay may not be available or has been sold to others buying existing supplies. FULL STORY »

Reduce the risk of a combine fire

Farmers are reporting an increase in combine fires this harvesting season. No doubt, the extended dry weather has increased the fire danger on combines, but there are several other factors that can cause fires. FULL STORY »

Watching for aflatoxin as drought continues

The season-long drought and extreme heat have created conditions prime for Aspergillus ear rot to develop in corn, so growers should scout their fields and inspect their grain, a Purdue Extension plant pathologist says. FULL STORY »

Aflatoxin: No room for error

Aflatoxin is produced by the Aspergillus mold. It thrives in periods of excessive heat and drought conditions, which is why it’s of particular concern to producers this harvest season. FULL STORY »

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 »

Harness the power of rumination

Rumination monitoring can provide an early window for diagnosis of cows with health problems. FULL STORY »

Grain bin housekeeping

Pay extra attention to cleaning grain storage structures before storing the new crop this fall. FULL STORY »

Aflatoxin video on YouTube Play video

Learn several feeding and management strategies for dealing with aflatoxins, all in less than 10 minutes. FULL STORY »

Advice for managing stored grain

Elevated moisture levels, mold, insects and fine material all present challenges to stored grain. Here are some points to keep in mind as you harvest and store grain this year. FULL STORY »

Improving silage piles also protects the environment

By implementing basic management practices, silage leachate and contaminated runoff can be minimized, while feed preservation and quality are maximized. FULL STORY »

Four steps for maximizing corn quality

Weather conditions can’t be controlled, but you can manage the environment in which the corn crop is stored. Here is some advice to follow when putting grain in a bin this year. FULL STORY »

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