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.



May 12, 2022
Pasture and rangeland managers have long been fighting a frustrating battle against damaging, invasive brush...


May 11, 2022
John Deere announced today it has established an allied agreement with Mike and Jason Grady of Twin Pak to better serve existing and future John Deere small square baler customers in the United States...


May 5, 2022
Noble Research Institute recently hired Steve Swaffar as an agricultural consultant. In this role, Swaffar will help farmers and ranchers learn about and apply regenerative grazing principles...


May 3, 2022
The Angus Foundation will hold its second annual Angus Day of Giving on May 17...


May 3, 2022
AGCO, Your Agriculture Company, (NYSE:AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, announced it has acquired JCA Industries, Inc. (“JCA”)...


April 28, 2022
AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, this week released its 2021 Sustainability Report.This press...


April 22, 2022
Dairyland Laboratories announces that it has purchased feed and forage testing services from DHIA Laboratories in Sauk Centre, MN...


April 22, 2022
Norden Mfg, providing quality hay handling products for growers featuring Hay Accumulators, Tie-Grabbers and Standard Grabbers, announces their new product – the Norden Mfg WR Series Wheel Rake...


April 20, 2022
The North American divisions of Krone and Hustler Equipment are pleased to announce a collaborative concept—"From Field To Feed”—designed to deliver their innovative, high-quality farm equipment...


April 18, 2022
Most ranchers in the West have experienced cheatgrass infestations on their rangeland within the past three years, but only about 15% report high success in reducing or eliminating cheatgrass...