Nov. 10, 2021
Hay producers in Nevada are professional gamblers, but they aren’t sitting at a Blackjack table...


Oct. 5, 2021
Harvesting high-quality forage is a challenge. Consistently harvesting high-quality forage is . . . well . . . an even bigger challenge. Some operations seem to have largely mastered the latter hurdle...


Sept. 21, 2021
Matt Hoien grazes cattle in the bermudagrass-tall fescue transition zone of central Arkansas and strives to maintain a long grazing season...


Aug. 19, 2021
While I have stepped onto many pastures before, I have only ever set foot on a golf course once...


Aug. 19, 2021
Bales Hay in Buckeye, Ariz., is one of the first farms in the U.S. to adopt steaming technology for small bales. One-pass hay steamer technology is nothing new to Western haymakers...


July 20, 2021
Ralph Schlatter has been caring for livestock since he was young. When his father passed away in 1969, he and his older brothers became the fifth generation to own their family’s farm in Defiance, O...


April 29, 2021
Nicholas Gutierrez made his appearance in the forage world as a teenager competing in the World Forage Analysis Forage Superbowl at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis...


April 26, 2021
by Paige SmartS & K Livestock Development LLC is a custom cattle grazing business that was started by my brother, Ryan Kennedy, and I in 2018. Ryan had been using cover crops and minimum til...


April 22, 2021
Driving unabated in the eastbound lane across I-90 in South Dakota, I heard the familiar ringtone of my cellphone...


March 1, 2021
Milking dairy cows everyday became monotonous and tiresome for Mike Palmer as a young farmer, which is why he transitioned his grandfather’s dairy farm near Murray, Ky., into a grass-fed beef operation...