Hay & Forage Grower’s newly redesigned Web site – hayandforage.com – offers the latest in forage-related information in an easy-to-find format. It boasts of one-stop information on hay, silage, grazing, forage testing, forage equipment, marketing and other forage-related topics. Click through the various categories listed across the top of the site and you get lists of stories related to those categories.
Besides the latest news items, the site provides hour-by-hour or 10-day weather reports by zip code. To see what everyone else is reading, click through the Most Popular Articles feature. Want to know what other growers may have questions on? Or maybe you have a forage-related question you want answered? Just go to the Ask The Experts section. Our editors take commonly asked questions to industry experts for their advice, then post the answers.
We’re asking our readers questions, too. During October we’re asking: If Roundup Ready alfalfa seed is put back on the market, would you buy it? Curious as to how many voted yes or no? Check back to hayandforage.com in early November for the results.
For information on new alfalfas, fencing equipment, equipment and events, check out our Special Features section.
Forage-related research gets plugged on hayandforage.com, too. Our editors gather forage research presented by university and industry scientists at meeting around the country. Those items are then boiled down and the conclusions are an easy, informative read.
If you missed last week’s eHay Weekly, take a peak on our Web site. A lead item from the enewsletter is posted each week and you can easily maneuver through its archives.
Hay & Forage Grower knows its readers want the latest in hay prices. Click on the USDA Hay Prices button and you’ll get a map of states reporting prices collected by USDA. Other forage resources have also been added to the site. Want horse information? Check out our Horse Fodder page. Chopping silage for someone else? Click on Custom Forage Harvesting for stories on the challenges of working for others. For a handy list of Web sites buying and selling hay, click on Industry Links. For product contacts from our latest issues, check out Product Info.