July 5, 2016
USDA’s Acreage report on Thursday, June 30, 2016, showed alfalfa hay acres in the seven western states up 9 percent from 2015, while U.S. alfalfa hay acres were up 2 percent over a year ago. But wha...


July 5, 2016
Emily Glunk Extension forage specialist Montana State University Haying has been underway in Montana, with almost two-thirds of the alfalfa and other hay already baled. The dry, warm weathe...


July 5, 2016
Below are examples of alfalfa and grass prices being paid FOB barn/stack (except for those noted as delivered, which is indicated by a "d" in the table below) for selected states at the end of th...


June 28, 2016
June 7, 2016· Forage Genetics International (FGI) and Monsanto announced that FGI has acquired all of the commercial rights from the companies’ existing alfalfa research collaborat...


June 28, 2016
Vanessa Corriher-OlsonForage SpecialistTexas A&M AgriLife Extension Soil moisture indexes around the state are beginning to drop as higher temperatures and sunny days mark summer’s arrival...


June 21, 2016
Nick ClarkExtension agronomy advisor, Hanford, Calif.University of California-Davis Harvest of winter small grain forage is finished, and there are only a few fields left to stack bales. Alfalfa fi...


June 21, 2016
Some California and Idaho dairies came into the alfalfa hay market last week after being either out of the market or only buying small amounts of hay. The result was more alfalfa hay sales in Idaho an...


June 14, 2016
Glenn ShewmakerExtension Forage SpecialistUniversity of IdahoTriticale forage production appeared above average with reported 3-ton yields, although rain slowed the planting of silage corn into...


June 7, 2016
Steve OrloffFarm Advisor/Siskiyou CountyUniversity of California-Extension So far this has been a strange season, starting off with some record-high temperatures in early spring...