Having the ability to evaluate your alfalfa fields for injury in early spring can ultimately jumpstart crop rotation decisions.
Main concerns about alfalfa production during this time of the year are the potential for winter injury and winter kill. In this article, a description of factors that affect alfalfa plants is discussed.
In a short statement issued earlier today, AGCO Corporation says it has reached “agreement in principle” to acquire the forage division of Lely Group. Lely’s forage lineup includes a broad range of equipment, including mowers, tedders, rakers, balers and more.
New Holland Agriculture has announced an expansion of its implement product lines by way of its acquisition of the Grass and Soil business of Kongskilde Industries, part of the Danish Group Dansk Landbrugs Grovvareselskab. This business develops, manufactures and sells tillage, hay and forage implements under various brand names.
Make sure the forage your contractor puts up meets herd production needs
Hay feeding time has started and feeding big round bales sure makes the job easier. Large bale feeding systems are designed to minimize labor but not waste. Most producers feed hay in some kind of feeder, but did you know the type of feeder can affect how much hay is wasted?
Farmers from 28 states battled it out to see who would be crowned champion of sorghum yields.
The first-ever alfalfa checkoff, funded through a $1/bag assessment, will kick off in January.
Supply is currently outpacing demand. If that continues hay prices will remain relatively the same.
Crazy Horse golf course taking new approach to weed management with goats.
California air regulators were convinced that volatile fatty acid losses from silage piles in the state’s San Joaquin Valley were large enough to impact air quality in the valley.
Recent cooler temperatures and gray skies in Amarillo, Texas are predicted to remain through the rest of the week, and most likely into the weekend, with a light breeze and at least a 40 to 60 percent chance of rain each day.
While quality is of utmost importance, making a pile that is safe for access should also be top priority.
Wet weather is hampering Minnesota farmers as they harvest small grains and hay in some areas of the state.