LATEST NEWS FROM Hay and Forage

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08:00AM Mar 10, 2020

Grazing For Soil Health

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Healthy soils are as important as cattle health for ranch success.

08:34AM Feb 11, 2020

Virginia Tech Testing Bee-Friendly Forage Material

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor

Fescue is hardy, but can harbor a fungus that causes health issues for cattle. It also crowds out native plants, which can harm pollinator populations. A Virginia Tech study aims

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10:27AM Jan 20, 2020

Derrell Peel: Hay Stocks Up From Last Year But Still Below Average

Weather challenges in 2019 led to many questions about the quantity and quality of hay production and supply heading into 2020.

11:37AM Jan 15, 2020

Blister Beetle Blamed for Death of Wisconsin Horses

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

Hay tainted by a toxic beetle is blamed for the deaths of at least 13 horses and illnesses to dozens of others on a Wisconsin ranch.

05:00AM Dec 18, 2019

Hay Acres on the Rise and Fall?

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor

Looking to 2020, regional supply and demand will continue to be the driving force behind the swing in hay acres and prices.

13:01PM Dec 06, 2019

Determine Your Winter Hay Needs

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Factor in hay quality and your cows’ nutrition needs

12:15PM Nov 20, 2019

Late Harvest Causes Some Forage Issues For Livestock Producers

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

The historically late harvest is causing more problems and not just for farmers but livestock producers. AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben has more on the final stop on the I-80