May 18, 2021
The U.S. haymow is about 12% emptier today than it was one year ago.Based on USDA’s Crop Production report released last week, May 1 hay stocks dropped by almost 2.5 million tons...

May 18, 2021
Soil pH is often the first metric to be considered when assessing a soil’s ability to support economic crop production. The acidity of a soil impacts both nutrient sufficiency and potential toxicity...

May 18, 2021
Poultry litter is a commonly used nutrient source for pastures in many parts of the United States...

May 18, 2021
Hay & Forage Grower is pleased to announce that Amber Friedrichsen has joined our team as the 2021 summer editorial intern. Pursuing an agriculture and life sciences education-communications major...

May 11, 2021
Hay harvesting and feeding strategies are as variable as the weather that often dictates them...

May 11, 2021
Drought is never a certainty, but having a plan to deal with it should be. Without a plan, your options to react if a drought occurs become limited...

May 11, 2021
There’s never been a haymaker who couldn’t improve on their craft. The opportunities to enhance forage yield, quality, and persistence are nearly endless...

May 4, 2021
The average price of U.S. alfalfa hay in March climbed for the fourth consecutive month, according to USDA’s Agricultural Prices report...

May 4, 2021
The National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance (NAFA) reminds alfalfa growers that USDA reopened the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 (CFAP 2) as a component of the administration’s Pandemic Assistance for Producers initiative...

May 4, 2021
Touting the benefits of harvesting high-quality forages is nothing new. By doing so, feed costs are minimized, and milk production is maximized...