World Forage Analysis Superbowl seminars

The World Forage Analysis Superbowl takes place next month during World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis. The event includes a forage quality competition, as well as educational seminars. FULL STORY »

Podcast offers advice on aflatoxins

Be on the lookout. This year's drought conditions can lead to the growth of molds that produce aflatoxins. FULL STORY »

Dairy Focus: Protecting hay more important than ever

The U.S. drought of 2012 has left most livestock producers in the Midwest and beyond scrambling for more hay. One of the quickest ways to waste this precious commodity is failing to protect it from moisture. 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 »

5 priorities for fall/winter feeding

Here is the first article in a six-part series on emerging dairy cattle nutrition topics from the DAIReXNET web resource. FULL STORY »

New online heat stress manual

The manual explains the physiological effects of heat stress on dairy cows and offers nutritional solutions for managing it. FULL STORY »

Use nutrition to boost transition cow immunity

New research that addresses nutrition’s impact on immunity is helping to clarify immunity’s role in keeping transition cows healthy. FULL STORY »

Storing grain? Protect it like a bin full of gold

What are you doing with new crop corn and soybeans? Are you selling at harvest, concerned about a long, slow price decline typical of a short crop? Or are you storing them, hoping the market will continue to climb as end users bid higher to acquire inventory? FULL STORY »

Drought has made it important to test for nitrates

A large percentage of nitrates are found in the lower portion of the stalk. If your results confirm that you have high nitrates, raising the cutting height of your corn will help to avoid some of those nitrates in your feed. Allowing the corn silage to ferment for three to four weeks may also allow the nitrate levels to drop, as fermentation causes a decrease in nitrate levels by 25 to 40 percent. FULL STORY »

Lower starch diets can still make milk

Here is a look at research that uses two basic feeding strategies to lower dietary starch. 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 »

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