Farmers in many parts of Texas are taking advantage of warm weather and plentiful cool-season grass growth to begin replenishing depleted hay supplies, say Texas AgriLife Extension Service personnel....More
It’s too early to tell yet just how much damage last week’s mini-cold snap did to the alfalfa crop in parts of North Dakota, says Jackie Buckley, ag agent for North Dakota State University Extension in Morton County....More
Growing camelina and canola as biofuels – as well as pest management issues and grower and research experience with buried drip irrigation in alfalfa – will be topics of an Alfalfa/Biofuels Field Day, set for May 9 at the University of California (UC) Agronomy Field Headquarters at Davis....More
The start of the haying season in Bill Collier’s part of Alabama is roughly a month away. But the phone has been ringing frequently the last few weeks at his Coldor Farms near Auburn. “A lot of people are already looking to buy hay,” he says. “They don’t realize that it has to grow first.”...More
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