LATEST NEWS FROM Hay and Forage

19:16PM Feb 12, 2010

Keep 'em Moving

Rotational grazing extends pasture forage, increases gains.

19:08PM Feb 12, 2010

Editor''s Notebook: On a Quest for Greener Grass

Spring turnout is just around the corner and it should be a good one, given all the rain that has fallen in cattle country this winter.

10:47AM Feb 12, 2010

USDA Issues Final Rule on Organic Pasturing

AgWeb.com Editors
AgWeb Contributor

USDA issued its final rules on access to pastures for organic livestock operations today. Specifically, animals must have graze pasture during the grazing season, which must be at least 120

11:27AM Feb 05, 2010

Nutrition Lower protein rations

Jim Peck
Contributor

With tightening margins, higher feed cost and more attention to environmental consequences, there are opportunities to refocus on just how much or how little protein is needed to sustain high

11:24AM Feb 05, 2010

Feed Silage Success Test Plots wrap up twin-row research

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

Key finding: Increasing population is key to increasing tonnage. In addition, narrow-row silage production increased tonnage without compromising quality as measured in milk tons per acre.

11:20AM Feb 05, 2010

Roundup Ready-or not Comment period for RR alfalfa winds down

MILK Editors
AgWeb Contributor

Bonus content: Comments Draft EIS To submit comments The 60-day public comment period for the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) on Roundup Ready (RR) alfalfa ends on Feb. 16. Even

14:32PM Jan 27, 2010

Windrow Hay Moisture Tester Available from John Deere

MILK Editors
AgWeb Contributor

A new Windrow Hay Moisture Tester from John Deere Merchandise now makes it easier and faster for producers to determine the moisture level of windrowed hay in the field prior