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
The drastic outdoor cooling that has occurred may create some grain storage and drying problems. Dr. Ken Hellevang, Extension Engineer at North Dakota State University, answers several questions that he received in the
Pnuemonia is one of the top two killers of young calves on dairies today — the other is calf scours. However, you can take steps to prevent pneumonia from attacking your calves. "How to prevent pneumonia" gives you 1
Much confusion and concern often surrounds the use of hormones in beef production. These "chemical messengers" are substances produced in the body that travel through the bloodstream to regulate body functions such as r
Is the bunker or silo ready? It’s never too early to start preparing for corn silage harvest. Corn moisture, particle size, packing density … don’t miss this refresher of harvest considerations from Penn State.