Jan. 12, 2021
Hot hay comes with many red flags. The most commonly recognized of these potential hazards is combustion. However, hot hay can lead to multiple nutritional hazards as well. Ben Beckman, a Univers...

Jan. 5, 2021
In most biological systems, answers are never straight forward, and there seems to be exceptions to every rule. That’s certainly the case when it comes to changes in the corn silage processing score...

Dec. 29, 2020
What I found on my final solo venture of the summer was a house on a hill that was surrounded by a pasture full of cattle. It was the home farm for Grant Bauman and his family in Vienna, Ill...

Dec. 15, 2020
Grazing stockpiled grasses during winter can provide large economic benefits versus feeding hay. In a recent issue of the University of Kentucky’s Off the Hoof newsletter, Chris Teutsch explains how...

Dec. 8, 2020
University of Nebraska Extension Beef Educator Aaron Berger and Beef Systems Specialist Mary Drewnoski warn cattlemen not to forget about grass tetany during winter feeding. Although this condition is...

Dec. 1, 2020
Some cattle farmers will have to worry more than others if they have enough hay to last through the winter months. Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist Glenn Selk explains tha...

Nov. 17, 2020
Noble Research Institute...

Nov. 16, 2020
Growing up on a row crop farm in Mississippi, the only experience I had with hay or forages was pitching small square bales onto a trailer. We baled a couple dozen acres of grass hay for the goat herd...

Nov. 10, 2020
Soil health is a complex concept. In the realm of regenerative agriculture, soil carbon is believed to be one of the most important measures of restoring soil health...

Nov. 3, 2020
There is no one-size-fits-all method when it comes to farming and ranching, and that’s certainly true when trying to prevent pastures from being torn up during winter due to wet conditions. Jessica...