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May 31, 2016
Grazing managers often rely on only one or two forage species to meet livestock's grazing needs throughout the year...


May 31, 2016
La Crosse Seed and its Soil First® family of cover crop products recently launched a new inoculant tailored to cover crops. LINK™ Cover Crop Inoculant was created to inoculate any legume cove...


May 31, 2016
Missouri haymakers face unusual spring weather challenges. More problems are ahead. Making hay is more than working between rains, says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension fo...


May 23, 2016
If a plant’s appearance has been affected by low nutrient levels, your yield has already been compromised...


May 23, 2016
Gowan USA, LLC today announced its new Affiance® Fungicide Guarantee Program for dairy producers throughout the United States...


May 19, 2016
The new 74-horsepower Bobcat® T595 compact track loader features increased horsepower and performance for pushing or digging applications, without the need for operators to move up to a bigger...


May 19, 2016
A rapid pH drop is the first requirement to produce quality silage. When pH doesn’t drop quickly, it allows other microbes like clostridia and E. coli to grow...


May 17, 2016
Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium tend to get the most attention when reviewing crop management plans, but focusing on micronutrients through plant tissue testing offers more details of your crop's nutritional status...


May 17, 2016
As margins tighten, and commodity prices remain uncertain, our industry will need to farm smarter. Tools like plant tissue analysis are imperative to this goal...


May 13, 2016
Kubota Corporation, Osaka, Japan, parent company to Kubota U.S.A., Inc., today announced that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Great Plains Manufacturing, Inc., based in Salina...