Hay Biz is a collection of news releases from the forage industry covering product launches, employee additions, and industry events. The items below have been supplied by forage marketers and have not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hay & Forage Grower.



July 16, 2024
Record-breaking rain and floods have devastated fields in areas of Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Nebraska...


July 3, 2024
Gallagher is excited to announce the launch of its new Lithium Solar Energizers, a cutting-edge solution designed to meet the diverse needs of farmers, livestock producers, and equine owners...


June 19, 2024
For the new season, grassland specialist Pöttinger once again has a colorful bouquet of interesting and innovative new products at the start...


June 18, 2024
Yara North America, a global leader in crop nutrition and sustainable agriculture solutions, has launched its newest incubator farm in partnership with a Livingston County, New York, farm...


June 17, 2024
AGCO, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, announced the launch of AgRevolution's™ same-day delivery service...


June 13, 2024
The Vermeer ZR5-1200 self-propelled baler has been named the 2024 “Coolest Thing Made in Iowa” by the Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI)...


June 13, 2024
Beef cattle farmers in the tall fescue belt are eligible to take part in one of the largest initiatives ever undertaken to improve productivity, profitability and conservation benefits of grasslands...


June 10, 2024
The American Forage and Grassland Council is excited to celebrate the 10th Annual National Forage Week on June 16-22, 2024 as an effort to raise awareness to the importance and impact of forages...


June 10, 2024
The USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and University of Wisconsin–Madison’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony...


May 29, 2024
Compared to hay production, silage increases the potential yield of nutrients from available land, decreases feed costs, lowers harvest losses, and often increases forage quality...