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Sept. 28, 2021
September 7, 2021• This Kansas State University extension specialist reminds producers to test feeds for nitrate and prussic acid concentrations this fall.• Avoid soil compaction during the upcomi...


Sept. 28, 2021
Somewhere between the territories of making dry hay and chopping haylage is the land of baleage. Its acreage is expanding at a rate that would gain compliments from the former Macedonian king and conq...


Sept. 28, 2021
Cyanogenic compounds in sorghum species can be brought to life by a killing frost. These compounds heighten the risk of prussic acid poisoning, and livestock will suffer the consequences if affected f...


Sept. 28, 2021
A team of forage educators and graduate students at North Carolina State University authored and released a paper that compares commercially available novel endophyte tall fescue varieties, a popular...


Sept. 28, 2021
Below are examples of alfalfa and grass prices being paid FOB barn/stack (except for those noted as delivered, which are indicated by a "d" in the table below) for selected states...


Sept. 24, 2021
Ag-Bag by RCI is excited to be attending World Dairy Expo. Ag-Bag by RCI will be exhibiting inside the Exhibition Hall at EH 2601 and 2702 and outside in the Trade Mall at TM 900...


Sept. 24, 2021
Available for fall 2022, the VT-Flex™ 435 vertical tillage tool from Case IH offers simple, variable gang angle adjustments, allowing producers to meet the soil management needs of any field...


Sept. 24, 2021
To help ranchers transform invasive grasses and brush into high-quality forage, the Range and Pasture business of Bayer offered a giveaway of nearly 900 acres of Rejuvra...


Sept. 24, 2021
Mahindra Ag North America introduces the 5100 series tractors, 5145 and 5155, engineered to be easy to operate by first-time tractor owners yet heavy duty to tackle the tough jobs of rural living...


Sept. 23, 2021
Farmer Eric Ebelhar of Pasture Belt Farms in Owensboro, Kentucky applies a chemical treatment to his standing crops several times a season, switching from corn to beans...