March 26, 2019
It’s not a foreign concept; saving harvested seed for replanting has been a long-standing practice on many farms. There is also the practice of “brown bagging,” which is setting aside the seed...


March 26, 2019
In the Central Valley of California, there is new crop alfalfa hay that is ready to be cut, but growers are waiting because of rain that is forecast in the middle of this week. Growers say that some f...


March 26, 2019
Below are examples of alfalfa and grass prices being paid FOB barn/stack (except for those noted as delivered, which is indicated by a "d" in the table below) for selected s...


March 25, 2019
The premises were optimistic, but final results of scientific tests carried out by the team coordinated by Prof. Luca Rapetti, head of the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences...


March 25, 2019
We all know that feeding cows high-quality forage can translate to increased profitability, thanks to its superior digestibility and encouragement of dry matter intake...


March 25, 2019
During the 2019 hay production season, Hesston by Massey Ferguson® and Massey Ferguson ® hay equipment dealers across the country wi...


March 20, 2019
The California dairy and alfalfa industries have been a largely successful, symbiotic duo for a very long time. However, the days of spreading alfalfa bales along a bunkline and feeding cows grain mix are long gone...


March 19, 2019
The National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) has named Lynn Huston, Manager, Marketing Communications, John Deere Financial, as the 2019 Agribusiness Leader of the Year...


March 19, 2019
Legumes make immeasurable contributions to forage agriculture. Producers depend on them to add yield, nutritional quality to pastures and hay, and to improve animal gains. Arguably, the ability of leg...


March 19, 2019
John GoeserForages bring a variety of different facets to dairy and beef diets. The physically effective fiber and energy values for forages are often the focal point with nutritionists...