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Poll: Forage inventory
It’s a waiting game
Aug. 19, 2021
WHAT a year 2021 is shaping up to be. Commodities were “limit up” for a week straight, then two weeks later, “limit down” each day...
A precutter may offer processing advantages
April 28, 2021
Large round bales are the preferred form of haymaking in many parts of the U.S., but they are difficult to load and process in mixer wagons unless the bales are first put through a grinder...
Mowing lodged forage
April 27, 2021
Every year, there is a lot of lodged forage due to delayed harvests caused by heavy winds and rain associated with severe storms...
Custom farming rates from around the U.S.
March 23, 2021
Custom rate guides are popular documents in those states that continue to do the survey legwork; unfortunately, many do not. Each year, eHay Weekly offers readers a one-stop shop for accessing custom...
Get your round baler in game shape
Jan. 20, 2021
As the snow flies around most of the country, it gives us a chance to look back at last season and decide what good and bad things happened...
It might be time for a 3x4 upgrade
Dec. 22, 2020
As much as farmers like to complain about the cost of hay equipment, few forage producers don’t enjoy looking at or reading about the equipment needed to get hay and silage into storage. I can tell...
Rakes: the bridge from cutting to baling
Nov. 16, 2020
Haying season is all wrapped up for 2020, and judging by the comments I’ve seen on social media, it has still been either feast or famine for most of the country...
Earlage gains popularity
Aug. 21, 2020
For the most part, this summer has been a hot one, and the corn plants are soaking up those heat units! It has made for a nice crop year in the Southeast...
July 22, 2020
KronExpo 2020 was live on July 16, 2020. This interactive, virtual webinar featured Krone equipment demonstrations and Q&A with Krone product experts...
Vertical, single-screw mixers have improved
May 19, 2020
EVERYONE is finally in or near the full swing of the 2020 hay season. Some of us in the South are working on the second cutting of spring annuals, and the fertilizer trucks are running hard...
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