Dairy producers have successfully harvested, stored and fed high moisture corn for many years. By now, most have the routine down pat. But when things go wrong, it's often the lack of high moisture that causes problems.
There is a great misconception that once hay is "dry" and baled it is plain and devoid of life. The truth is that hay is never completely dry, and it is full of microscopic life. If the hay is not dry enough, those micr
This student-led initiative did not alter the menu items available through UI [University of Iowa]Housing & Dining. The menu items highlighted were simply part of the standard rotation available to students.
We love lists, and this one’s phenomenal: ‘The 100 Best Burgers in America.’ But unlike other fabricated lists, this one required a real investment in time, travel and culinary exploration. Now that’s a job the
Pennsylvania State University took home top honors Monday, October 2 at World Dairy Expo with first place overall team and fifth overall team in reasons in the National Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest.
Corn market participants often dismiss U.S. crop condition scores as meaningless, especially this early in the season. While they are still highly subject to change, the initial rating sets the tone for the growing seas
From launching a data-mining drive aiming to find supply-chain pressure points to sending officials to mobilize allies in key U.S. states, Mexico and Canada are bolstering their defenses of a regional trade pact Preside
Hopefully, most alfalfa will come through the winter in good shape. However, there are some areas where alfalfa will show signs of injury or winterkill due to the lack of snow cover over winter. We expect that winterkil