May 24, 2016
May 3, 2016 • The USDA currently estimates that only 9 percent of U.S. hay acres are in a region that is experiencing drought. A map is available here...


May 24, 2016
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight...


May 24, 2016
Vanessa Corriher-OlsonForage SpecialistTexas A&M AgriLife Extension Spring rainfalls have perpetuated ryegrass and clover production throughout eastern and central Texas...


May 17, 2016
Nick ClarkExtension agronomy advisor, Hanford, Calif.University of California-Davis In the San Joaquin Valley, winter wheat cuttings are still being made for hay and silage. Corn planting got an early start in some areas and planting continues. Alfalfa fields are rounding their third or fourth cuttings. There was sporadic hail in some isolated parts of the San Joaquin Valley but with no likely damage to corn. Freezing temperatures are over, and weekly highs are...


May 10, 2016
Glenn ShewmakerExtension Forage SpecialistUniversity of Idaho The excessive vole populations we had last fall have taken out significant acres in south central and eastern Idaho. Although some wi...


May 10, 2016
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. Three dairy nutritionists in Central California say dairies they are working with are feeding 8 to 10 pounds...


May 3, 2016
Northern California, Steve Orloff, Farm Advisor/Siskiyou County, University of California-Extension, Winter and spring precipitation in the Intermountain area of northern California...


April 26, 2016
Most industry analysts were shocked to see that U.S. farmers expect to plant 93.6 million acres of corn in 2016...


April 26, 2016
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. Alfalfa hay production started in the Columbia Basin in Washington last week while other areas will start in the ne...


April 26, 2016
Rocky Lemus, Annual ryegrass is at peak production across the state of Mississippi...