April 18, 2024
When one door slams shut, fortune will usually open another . . . or so the old saying goes...

April 16, 2024
Custom rate guides are welcomed resources in those states that continue to do the survey legwork; unfortunately, many do not. Each year, eHay Weekly offers readers a one-stop shop for accessing...

April 16, 2024
Grazing success often starts with having a good forage base in place that will thrive, persist, and provide exceptional quality forage. However, once that is accomplished, there is still work to be do...

April 9, 2024
Will it head early? Will it head late?These two questions follow grass varieties around like a lost puppy. They get asked by grass breeders during development; they get asked by marketing departments...

March 26, 2024
If only there was an app whereby grass growth could be controlled according to the needs of the grazing herd. How great it would be if we could simply dial it down in the spring and crank it up during...

March 19, 2024
It’s typically large square and round bales that dominate the countryside, and for many years, major machinery manufacturers weren’t motivated to invest large resources into small square bale prod...

March 15, 2024
Here we are — in the throngs of March Madness. I was never much of a basketball player in high school, being too slow and prone to fouling...

March 12, 2024
During my years as an extension agent, I would occasionally be called out to a farm for the purpose of evaluating a failed or thin new alfalfa seeding field. Often, the farmer and seed brand represent...

March 12, 2024
It’s that the time of the year when college basketball aficionados anticipate their favorite team’s run through the bracket, or at least the team they’ve got picked to win it all. Anticipa...

March 5, 2024
Although alfalfa has been grown and studied for many generations, there are still some mysteries surrounding the crop that continue to dog us. Specific knowledge of what conditions cause winterkill is...