Hay Biz is a collection of news releases from the forage industry covering product launches, employee additions, and industry events. The items below have been supplied by forage marketers and have not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hay & Forage Grower.



June 17, 2022
AGCO celebrates the production of the one-millionth tractor at its Massey Ferguson® Beauvais plant...


June 17, 2022
Cost is forever increasing on all inputs, which is why Colorado rancher, Tyler Snyder, is quite pleased with his decision to upgrade his flood-irrigated hay fields with six hydro-powered T-L Irrigation pivots...


June 8, 2022
John Deere announces updates to its 5 Series Utility Tractors, which include more options to make it easier for rural property owners, farmers, ranchers and fleet owners to match the right tractor...


June 7, 2022
Recent changes to restrictions on prevent plant acres provide farmers with more options. This is good news for crop and cattle farmer Josh Larson...


June 7, 2022
It’s the goal of every alfalfa grower to harvest and preserve high-quality alfalfa silage...


May 31, 2022
To graze or not to graze? The newly debuted Heifer Grazing Compass is a spreadsheet tool designed to help farmers predict and understand the cash flow and long-term financial outcomes of deciding to raise heifers on pasture...


May 27, 2022
Livestock producers can boost milk and meat production while lowering methane emissions more than 30 percent with new in-plant bacterial inoculants unveiled today by South Dakota-based Agrovine Biologicals...


May 24, 2022
The American Forage and Grassland Council is excited to celebrate the 8th Annual National Forage week on June 19-25, 2022 as an effort to raise awareness on the importance of forages and grasses...


May 23, 2022
Entries are being accepted for the World Forage Analysis Superbowl, which is open to all forage producers across North America...


May 12, 2022
From robotic arms harvesting crops to drones applying fertilizer from above and autonomous tractors mowing through fields - more and more automated machines are finding their way onto the farm...