Hay season is winding down for some cattle producers—because there isn’t much of it to cut. But, regardless of the dire hay situation many are facing, rain for the Plains on the way.
The Food and Drug Administration is hosting a meeting to help address safety concerns with lab-grown meat, better known as “fake meat.”
The ROI of nitrogen (N) is significant—an extra 20 lb. costs less than 2 bu. of corn. That doesn’t mean you throw on some extra N and hope for the best.
Regardless of how your growing season is going, it’s smart to measure the health of your crop. A rescue nitrogen treatment might be necessary yet this year, or test results can guide changes for next year.
Sensors help simplify irrigation practices, reduce overwatering and save money
Cattle feeding margins slipped into the red last week with a $4 per cwt. decline in cash prices.
Rhonda Brooks: Iron Sharpens Iron