Nov. 18, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower talks Forage Shop Talk with Hugh Aljoe, Producer relations manager for the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation. He serves as a pasture and range consultant and has been with the Noble Foundation since 1995...


Nov. 9, 2016
Winecup Gamble Ranch has 1,500 acres of pivot-irrigated fields and another 500 acres under wheel and flood irrigation. Only 7 inches of precipitation is received annually. The high desert of nort...


Nov. 9, 2016
Who doesn’t like a good debate?Perhaps one of the greatest learning and decision-making tools a person can employ is to take an opposite view, whether you believe it or not, and engage in debate...


Nov. 6, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower talks with Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist. His work and interest in fescue toxicosis has him involved in a genetic test for tolerance in cattle...


Nov. 1, 2016
tithe tith n : a tenth part paid or given It’s usually about this time of year when churches across the U.S. begin their pledge campaigns to meet the ensuing year’s budget...


April 27, 2016
Hay & Forage Grower speaks with Rick Grant, Miner Institute...


April 27, 2016
Whether you’re cutting alfalfa in southern Vermont or northern California, one commonality across the miles is that first-cut alfalfa is different than all of the rest...


March 23, 2016
Peter Ballerstedt HFG: It seems that the amount of science devoted to forage grass development and management is at an all-time high. Do you agree? PB: I agree. Today we’ve seen the int...


March 23, 2016
Even the name — fescue toxicosis — sounds like life support is eminent. Though it’s been known about for years, fescue toxicosis continues to haunt the livestock industry in a manner...


Feb. 25, 2016
Joe Bouton HFG: Looking back on your 27 years at the University of Georgia, is there any one accomplishment that holds special significance for you? JB: I cannot say there was one particul...