GUEST BLOGS

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July 1, 2022
Producing high-quality hay is a year-round endeavor. To help maintain hay yield and quality, producers need to stay on top of weeds before the growing season and long after the baler is parked. A summer application of Rezilon® herbicide from Bayer is the most effective strategy for managing winter weed species and maintaining high-quality, high-production perennial hayfields...


June 1, 2022
Hay growers need to start thinking about controlling fall and winter annual weeds...


May 1, 2022
It’s likely that forage growers across the U.S. will once again be dealing with drought and a lack of moisture throughout much of the growing season...


Dec. 1, 2021
Hay growers throughout the south lose significant profits every year because of weed infestations. Summer and winter annual grasses and broadleaf weeds rob nutrients and take up space to reduce...


Nov. 1, 2021
Throughout Texas and the surrounding region, hay growers are experiencing significant economic loss due to sandbur. While they can see that sandbur reduces the quality and quantity of forage, many are struggling to control it...


June 15, 2021
The herbicide provides better hay quality by controlling summer and winter annual broadleaf weeds and grasses. Richburg left a strip in the middle of a field untreated when he applied the product last year. The results, he says, are very obvious...


Feb. 25, 2021
As an alfalfa grower, you know that high yield and high quality alfalfa means higher profitability for your operation...


Nov. 16, 2020
There are many different brands and types of bale wrappers on the market to choose from. How do you make sure you are picking the right one for you?...


Nov. 20, 2018
The moment forage is baled, losses begin. Adequately protecting bales from the elements can help minimize loss and make your hay last longer. So, what’s best for your operation?...