Sept. 8, 2015
In the current world of agriculture where technology rules the day, there is one forage feel good story that is founded on nothing more than keen observation...


July 14, 2015
In last week's eHay Weekly "Road Trip" report from Georgia, University of Georgia Extension forage specialistDennis Hancock indicated that bermudagrass stem maggot was being found in the sout...


July 3, 2015
Researchers at the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center in Madison, Wis., compared the drying rates of three cool-season grass species to determine if there were differences. Meadow fescue, orchardgrass and reed canarygrass were cut and swathed once the heading stage was reached in early June 2011 and 2012...


July 3, 2015
Though bermudagrass is expected to be a long-lived, productive species, there are situations where stands begin to thin or totally die over time...


June 2, 2015
Selecting grasses for pure stands is much different than species selection for pastures. With pastures it’s “the more the merrier”: A diversity of species, both grasses and legumes, on average s...