LATEST NEWS FROM Hay

Alfalfa and corn field on a cloudy evening at sunset
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.

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.

Horses sickened by beetles in hay
11:37AM Jan 15, 2020

Blister Beetle Blamed for Death of Wisconsin Horses

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

Hay tainted by a toxic beetle is blamed for the deaths of at least 13 horses and illnesses to dozens of others on a Wisconsin ranch.

05:00AM Dec 18, 2019

Hay Acres on the Rise and Fall?

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor

Looking to 2020, regional supply and demand will continue to be the driving force behind the swing in hay acres and prices.

20:28PM Oct 07, 2019

Build Better Baleage for a Better Bottom Line

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor

“The reality is, bale density, or the hardness of the bale, has a heck of a lot to do with your return on investment.”

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.

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.