Sept. 22, 2015
by Marvin Hall Extension Forage Agronomist, Penn State University, Dry weather during much of August and September has been great for harvesting perennial forages and corn silage...


Sept. 15, 2015
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. In talking with a few alfalfa seed company representatives last week, they indicated that alfalfa seed sales for fa...


Sept. 15, 2015
by Dan Putnam,Extension Forage Agronomist,University of California-Davis and Dan Undersander,Extension Forage Agronomist...


Sept. 8, 2015
By Glenn Shewmaker Extension Forage Specialist University of Idaho. Drought and range fires are a double-barreled threat to some southwest Idaho beef producers. Federally managed rangelands...


Sept. 1, 2015
By Ev Thomas, Agronomist Oak Point Agronomics, New York, Much of New York has had normal rainfall in August; an exception is an area just east of Lake Erie, where farmers are suffering through their third consecutive dry month...


Aug. 31, 2015
Seth Hoyt, Author of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. Whether you’re a hay grower in the West, hay dealer, or a trucker that hauls hay, 2015 has been a challenging year...


Aug. 25, 2015
by Marvin Hall, Extension Forage Agronomist, Penn State University. After rain every other day during June and July, Pennsylvania has had nearly four weeks of excellent haymaking weather...


Aug. 18, 2015
Seth HoytAuthor of The Hoyt Report, providing hay market analysis and insight. Alfalfa hay production in the seven Western states was forecast at 5 percent lower than last year...


Aug. 18, 2015
by Dan Putnam, Extension Forage Agronomist, University of California-Davis. Weather in early August has cooled significantly from July conditions, much to the relief of farmers who have been trying to keep up with water demands...


Aug. 11, 2015
There has been a mixed bag for the ability to put up hay in Idaho. Thundershowers have hit some areas hard, but many areas only have had enough rain to delay harvest a couple of days...