April 13, 2021
When our little Jack Russell Terrier needs an outdoor potty break, he jumps up on a bench in our living room and rattles the window blinds with his nose...

April 13, 2021
Photo: New Holland AgricultureBack in my county extension agent years, I began carrying around aluminum foil and scotch tape behind the seat of my pickup...

April 13, 2021
Pasture forage that is high in nitrate levels is always a concern and something that bears monitoring...

April 6, 2021
While on a recent barnstorming journey from southern Wisconsin to southern Arkansas, I was able to make some spring pasture observations both from the vehicle window and while walking across numerous fields...

April 6, 2021
There are many decisions to be made over the course of an alfalfa stand’s life, including what variety to plant, when to cut each year, how many times to cut, and decisions centered on fertility...

April 6, 2021
For many cattle operations, grazing winter annual cereal grains is a standard practice...

March 30, 2021
Dealing with rain is just part of the deal if you’re a haymaker in the humid East. Even in an average year, working around raindrops is a challenge, but in a wet year, the frustration can exceed intense...

March 30, 2021
The fields are already dry, and the mountain snowpack is far below normal. It’s not a scenario that bodes well for alfalfa fields in California where water is divvied up between millions of people...

March 30, 2021
One look at the Drought Monitor website and the viewer is struck by the vast array of red and brown colors throughout the western half of the United States...

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...