Nov. 18, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower talks Forage Shop Talk with Hugh Aljoe, Producer relations manager for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation. He serves as a pasture and range consultant and has been with the Noble Foundation since 1995...


Nov. 9, 2016
Winecup Gamble Ranch has 1,500 acres of pivot-irrigated fields and another 500 acres under wheel and flood irrigation. Only 7 inches of precipitation is received annually. The high desert of nort...


Nov. 9, 2016
Who doesn’t like a good debate?Perhaps one of the greatest learning and decision-making tools a person can employ is to take an opposite view, whether you believe it or not, and engage in debate...


Nov. 6, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower talks with Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist. His work and interest in fescue toxicosis has him involved in a genetic test for tolerance in cattle...


April 27, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower speaks with Rick Grant, Miner Institute...


April 27, 2016
Whether you’re cutting alfalfa in southern Vermont or northern California, one commonality across the miles is that first-cut alfalfa is different than all of the rest...


March 23, 2016
Peter Ballerstedt HFG: It seems that the amount of science devoted to forage grass development and management is at an all-time high. Do you agree? PB: I agree. Today we’ve seen the int...


March 23, 2016
Even the name — fescue toxicosis — sounds like life support is eminent. Though it’s been known about for years, fescue toxicosis continues to haunt the livestock industry in a manner...


Feb. 25, 2016
Joe Bouton HFG: Looking back on your 27 years at the University of Georgia, is there any one accomplishment that holds special significance for you? JB: I cannot say there was one particul...


Feb. 25, 2016
In a job like mine, traveling to meetings and conferences around the country comes with the territory. Following a slug of recent fall and winter forage fests, one of the many things I’v...