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LATEST NEWS FROM Hay

09:21AM Jul 25, 2019

The perfect gift for your favorite Reaper: a Swiss army scythe!

Leigh Rubin
AgWeb Contributor
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06:30AM Jul 01, 2019

Endopyte Infected Fescue and Ergot is "Right on Schedule"

University of Missouri
AgWeb Contributor
Dilution of fescue pastures by interseeding novel fescue is one way to solve the problem of toxic summer pastures.
DeBruycker Charolais cow calf Montana SB 11
10:22AM Jun 18, 2019

Derrell Peel: Green Grass and High Water

Most of cattle country has had abundant to excessive moisture this year—as evident from my travels from Oklahoma to Montana.
14:45PM Jun 12, 2019

Slow Spring Shaves Hay Yield, Quality Issues

The Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC) lowered hay yields across the board this week and edged prices up as this spring continues to have devastating impact on fields and fieldwork.
07:40AM Jun 10, 2019

Dealing with Moldy Hay

Glenn Selk
Oklahoma State University Extension beef specialist
All hay contains some mold, but when mold becomes noticeable the decisions become important.
09:40AM Jun 06, 2019

Baling Wet Hay Becomes Hot News

Duane Dailey
AgWeb Contributor
High-moisture grass baled above 24% moisture can cause spontaneous combustion. Overheated bales can burn down a hay barn.
11:21AM May 31, 2019

Understanding Wet Hay

Glenn Selk
Oklahoma State University Extension beef specialist
The timing of the rains can make it difficult for producers that are trying hard to put quality hay in the bale for next winter’s feed supply.