14:56PM Sep 18, 2020

Noble Research Institute Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor

During its anniversary year, the institute will celebrate the importance of the land, recognize farmers and ranchers, and highlight their contributions to the public at large through special campaigns.

10:56AM Jul 22, 2020

Rebuilding from Fire: Resiliency Defines this Community

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor

The 2017 Starbuck wildfire devastated rural ranching towns across four states. Three years on, resilience in both the land and people bands this community together.

14:42PM Jul 08, 2020

Forage Myths Are Costly: Forage Quality Impacts Your Bottom Line

The most important number to review on a forage analysis is the ADF or NDF content of a forage on a dry matter basis not crude protein.

10:58AM May 07, 2020

How to Price Standing Hay

Maureen Hanson
AgWeb Contributor

One of the “normal” elements of this highly abnormal time is the fact that hay-making season soon will commence throughout most of the country.

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

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.