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LATEST NEWS FROM Hay and Forage

14:13PM May 10, 2019

Grazing Conditions Improved with Less Drought Around the Country

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
With above average moisture around much of the country during the winter and spring, grazing conditions have improved compared to the same time last year.
09:30AM Apr 30, 2019

Conservationist Warns of Missouri's Disappearing Prairie

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Missouri’s prairies are disappearing and the loss is hurting the state’s ecosystem, according to a conservation expert.
09:00AM Apr 19, 2019

Hay Season is Coming Soon, Refresh Your Production Strategy

Sara Brown
Livestock and Production Editor
Hopefully, the first round of hay harvest only a few weeks away. Two free “Beef Tips” videos from Purdue Extension could help beef producers maximize the quality and quantity of
08:47AM Mar 25, 2019

Add Legumes to Fescue Pastures for Better Profits

Linda Geist
AgWeb Contributor
Cattle producers see more profit when they add legumes to fescue pastures and manage grazing systems properly according to Patrick Davis, University of Missouri Extension specialist in livestock.
15:10PM Mar 22, 2019

Spring Allergies are in the Air, but Not for Some Farm Kids

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor
With the start of spring comes the start of allergy season, but not for some farm kids, researchers say.
10:59AM Mar 20, 2019

Nonprofit Brings Flood-Stricken Nebraska Ranchers Hay Help

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
A farm aid nonprofit is launching an effort to deliver donated hay to ranchers in flood-stricken Nebraska, resurrecting a program first used nearly two years ago to help cattle producers
11:43AM Mar 18, 2019

Cattlemen Suffer Extreme Flooding in Nebraska and Iowa

Sara Brown
Livestock and Production Editor
Flooding in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa continues to impact cattlemen, right in the middle of calving season. Additional moisture this week, will aggravate the situation even more, meteorologists say.