Nov. 3, 2015
By Glenn Shewmaker Extension Forage Specialist University of Idaho Meadow voles are wreaking havoc in southern Idaho! Large acreages are set up for a potential 25 to 50 percent...


Oct. 27, 2015
Visits to New York, Georgia and Michigan By Ev Thomas Agronomist Oak Point Agronomics, New York With the exception of the New York City metro area, the entire state got a hard frost on Oc...


Oct. 27, 2015
Below are examples of alfalfa and grass prices being paid FOB per ton (except for those noted as delivered, which is indicated by a "d" in the table below) for selected states at the end of the da...


Oct. 20, 2015
by Marvin Hall Extension Forage AgronomistPenn State University by Emily GlunkForage Extension SpecialistMontana State University by Ray SmithExtension Forage SpecialistUniversity...


Oct. 13, 2015
Road Trip - putnam by Dan Putnam, Extension Forage Agronomist, University of California-Davis, Production has ceased in the Intermountain alfalfa fields, but still continues in th...


Oct. 13, 2015
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. In 2003 there were 610,000 acres of almonds in California compared to 1,090,000 acres of alfalfa hay. In 2015 there...


Oct. 6, 2015
By Glenn Shewmaker, Extension Forage Specialist, University of Idaho Most of the last cutting of alfalfa hay was harvested without rain. Yields looked good because of moderate temperatures and l...


Oct. 6, 2015
Grand Champion Forage Producer, sponsored by KeminFeeling Dairy, Sauk Centre, MNLeft to right: Al Deming, President, World Dairy Expo; Cyril and Deb Felling, Felling Dairy; and Todd Johnson and Patt C...


Sept. 29, 2015
By Ev ThomasAgronomistOak Point Agronomics, New York Corn silage harvest is in full swing, with many farms already finished. Conditions have been ideal — warm and sunny, and no rain of consequence...