Multimedia Library - Video

Oct 25, 2010

Georgia Agronomist Reports On Hay Contest

Dennis Hancock, University of Georgia Extension forage agronomist, discusses the 2010 Southeastern Hay Contest while at the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, GA....More
Oct 11, 2010

Making Hay In Challenging Times

The weather challenges of harvesting hay in Nebraska this past season, as well as marketing in trying times, were discussed by Nebraska Alfalfa Marketing Association executive director Barb Kinnan during a visit at World Dairy Expo with eHay Weekly editor Rick Mooney...More
Sep 24, 2010

Switchgrass As A Forage Crop?

Its high yields and value as a hay or pasture crop during hot summer months have researchers looking at switchgrass as more than a renewable fuel source...More
Sep 20, 2010

How To Sell Hay To Horse Owners

Tell horse owners what hay can provide in a horse's diet, suggested Laurie Lawrence, University of Kentucky equine nutrition specialist to our eHay Weekly editor, Rick Mooney...More
May 17, 2010

PEAQ: Predicting When To Harvest Alfalfa

It's not new, but the PEAQ (predictive equations for alfalfa quality) technique is reliable, says Jim Morrison, Extension educator, crop systems, Rockford Extension Center, University of Illinois...More
May 14, 2010

Video: Hay Could Help Fight Gulf Oil Spill

Round bales of Coastal bermudagrass and bahiagrass hay were removed from Walton County, Florida’s beaches last week after winds began moving the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill away from the state...More
May 12, 2010

DOE Video On Biofuel Impact On Rural Areas

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released a new video that showcases how cellulosic biofuel technologies can help decrease U.S. dependence on foreign oil...More
Apr 22, 2010

Video: How To Lower Silage Losses

Make sure your silage feedout rate and silo or pile design work together – that’s how to reduce dry matter losses and spoilage, say silage experts...More
Apr 19, 2010

Video: Grocery Store Food Prices Expected To Rise 3 Percent

In the coming months, consumers should expect to pay more for those trips to the grocery store, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service (ERS) says food prices will rise 3% across the board, with produce leading the way...More
Mar 3, 2010

Improving Forage Quality

Forage quality begins in the field and ends with maximum animal performance. It's based on the combined effects of plant and animal management, said University of California (UC) Cooperative Extension farm advisor Shannon Mueller, Fresno County...More

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