May 15, 2024
Perennial forage production takes on many different faces across the United States...

May 14, 2024
Being late for dinner or a meeting is one thing, but late farm operations can have significant economic consequences...

May 14, 2024
Inventory in U.S. haymows on May 1 jumped 47% from a year ago. Based on USDA’s Crop Production report released last week, May 1 year-over-y...

May 7, 2024
For the past nine years, I’ve watched my neighbor mount his riding lawn mower and cut his lawn. As nearly as I can tell, the mowing deck is set as low as it can possibly go; it’s clear that this is...

April 30, 2024
Grazing winter cereals in the spring can provide high-quality forage and eye-popping animal performance when cattle are strategically moved from paddock to paddock. Winter rye, winter triti...

April 23, 2024
You’ve heard this song and dance before: Toxic tall fescue can’t be grazed without health and performance consequences...

April 18, 2024
When one door slams shut, fortune will usually open another . . . or so the old saying goes...

April 16, 2024
Custom rate guides are welcomed resources in those states that continue to do the survey legwork; unfortunately, many do not...

April 16, 2024
Grazing success often starts with having a good forage base in place that will thrive, persist, and provide exceptional quality forage. However, once that is accomplished, there is still work to be do...

April 9, 2024
Will it head early? Will it head late?These two questions follow grass varieties around like a lost puppy. They get asked by grass breeders during development; they get asked by marketing departments...