Nick Paulson

Treated Residue Beats Corn Silage In Beef Rations
Second Crop, a slaked lime process, can be used to treat crop residues that can replace corn silage in beef cattle rations, says a Dalhart, TX, feedlot owner.
Drought-Tolerant Alfalfa Improves Yields
NuMex Bill Melton alfalfa performs better in drought conditions than traditional varieties.
New Sainfoin Pairs Well With Alfalfa
Mountainview sainfoin works well with alfalfa in Western U.S. and Canada and can help control bloat.
10 Scenes That Capture Farm Progress Show
Here's an inside look at the 2014 Farm Progress Show.
Renovate High-Traffic Pasture Areas Now
Renovate high-traffic areas in pasture in early fall.
Bale Smart System Moves Bales Fast 1
This Bale Smart System allows one operator to quickly move large round bales.
16 Photos From Hay & Forage Expo
A multitude of equipment manufacturers, seed companies and other hay-product companies were available to answer grower questions at the 2014 Hay & Forage Expo.
Building Hay Storage Can Garner Gains 1
Producers are investing in hay storage to get the most value and quality out of the crop.
Idaho's Hay-Growing Season Off To A Good Start
It's been a good start to the growing season for many Idaho alfalfa growers, with California interest pushing up hay prices.
Five Ways To Get The Most From Your Alfalfa
Alfalfa is a resilient crop, but following these five steps can increase its yield and profit.
4 Ag Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Here's a weekly roundup of ag stories you wouldn't want to have missed.
So You Want To Be A Custom Operator
Running a successful custom operating business takes more than a love of machines.
Keep Feed Close With Automated Pusher
The DeLaval feed pusher travels along feed bunk and puts feed where animals can easily reach it.
Making The Best Grass Silage
Here are four steps producers should take to make quality grass silage, according to one forage specialist.
Poly Straps Keep V-Rake Teeth Strong
The VRTS System supports rake teeth and can improve performance.

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