Nick Paulson

Alfalfa Gets $1.35 Million In Federal Research Funding
The federal government has set aside $1.35 million for alfalfa and other forage research as part of its Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013.
Are You Losing Hay Or Haylage To Heat Damage?
Producers may not realize how much hay and haylage they are losing to heat damage.
5 Ag Apps You Need To Be Using
Mobile apps, or applications, can be used to help manage information for any business, but the following were specifically designed for farmers.
Maximize Your Profit From Silage Corn
Hybrid selection, planting date and plant density can make a difference in corn silage profitability.
Turn Your Field Into A Mobile Office
Agriculture apps can quickly identify weeds, plot soil sample locations or provide the latest research and news
Why You Should Try Tedding Alfalfa 2
With proper timing, alfalfa can be tedded and not suffer significant leaf loss.
2013 World Forage Analysis Superbowl Winners
2013 winners of the World Forage Analysis Superbowl took home more than $22,000.
No USDA Action In Washington GM Alfalfa Case
USDA says the Washington state genetically modified alfalfa case is a commercial issue. It will take no action.
The Best Grasses To Match With Alfalfa
Choosing the right grass to pair with alfalfa can make a big difference in yield and quality.
How To Use Grazing Sticks, Meters To Measure Forage Mass 1
With short forage supplies, it's important to know how much forage is in your pastures.
A New Way To Secure Bale Tarps 1
A veterinarian sick of chasing down tarps during storms parlayed his knowledge of bone screws into a new way to strap down hay.
Turnips: A Grazing Option That Fights Compaction
Turnips can help fight surface soil compaction while providing a good grazing crop.
Fight Soil Compaction With Radish Cover Crop 2
Forage radishes planted as a cover crop will break up soil compaction.
15 Snapshots Of Farm Progress Hay Expo 2013
A photographic tour of the Farm Progress Hay Expo 2013.
Wisconsin Growers Can Seed On Erodible Land
NRCS is allowing Wisconsin producers to plant crops on their highly erodible land after contending with last year’s drought and this spring's winterkill.

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