Oct. 16, 2018
An alfalfa hay sample submitted by Flatwood Farms, Murrayville, Ga., had the highest relative forage quality (RFQ) in this year’s Southeastern Hay Contest presented by Massey Ferguson. A total of 28...


Oct. 9, 2018
A total of 843 samples from 27 different states comprised the field of entries for this year’s World Forage Analysis Superbowl. The highest placing samples were on display last week at World Dairy E...


Oct. 9, 2018
Horses have always had their own unique set of grazing preferences and potential maladies caused by pasture forage consumption.Once a killing frost occurs, there are several precautions to be cognizan...


Oct. 2, 2018
One of the largest expenses for cattle producers is feeding cattle during the winter. When purchasing hay and supplements to accommodate energy needs, the costs add up. According to Ray Hicks, Screve...


Oct. 2, 2018
Hay price movement for August was mixed, based on USDA’s most recent Agricultural Prices report released last week. The All Hay price rose by $2 per ton to $161, which is $24 higher than August 2017...


Sept. 25, 2018
Some producers are still feeling the effects of a poor growing season and are scrambling to find affordable forage options for winter feed...


Sept. 24, 2018
Now that the majority of the growing season is in the rear-view mirror, it’s easy to focus on harvest concerns and any fall tillage that might be done...


Sept. 18, 2018
Purchasing hay, as simple as it seems, can be rather tricky. Knowing what and how much you need as well as trying to compare multiple feedstuffs on a level playing field can sometimes make hay buying...


Sept. 18, 2018
Putting cattle on cornstalks can help keep perennial and annual forages growing through the fall.“Every day the livestock are ingesting corn residue, they are not grazing forages,” says Victor She...


Sept. 11, 2018
Photo: Agriculture and Agri-Food CanadaAs we transition into fall, many producers’ thoughts turn to fall and winter forage options for sustaining cattle production. While the most common thought is to feed baled hay, it tends to be costly. Grazing stockpiled forages is also a logical and viable choice, but there is an additional practice to keep in mind. Aaron Berger, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) extension educator, offers windrow grazing, or swath grazing...