Feb. 16, 2021
For the second consecutive year and the third time in four years, total U.S. hay exports in 2020 eclipsed 4 million metric tons (MT)...

Feb. 16, 2021
Searching for a silver bullet that will preserve wetter than desired hay has been a pastime for private companies, researchers, and hay producers for many years...

Feb. 16, 2021
More than adequate snow cover has characterized the winter for a large swath of the northern U.S. and a fair number of central states...

Feb. 9, 2021
Little things often lead to big results. That’s always been the case when it comes to pasture and forage production...

Feb. 9, 2021
It’s now been several years that we’ve known meadow fescue is a preferred perennial cool-season grass in mixtures with alfalfa, or at least in Northern latitudes this is the case...

Feb. 2, 2021
In last week’s eHay Weekly, we summarized a panel discussion that was offered at the American Forage and Grassland Council’s annual meeting...

Feb. 2, 2021
Photo: NDSUThe concept is simple: grow corn and alfalfa in the same field during the same year. The execution is not necessarily as simple, and there is risk involved.What seemed an unlikely marriage...

Jan. 26, 2021
Similar to that 30-year-old tattoo of an ex-girlfriend’s name that seemed like a good idea at the time, some things just hang around beyond their useful life.The forage industry has several of these...

Jan. 26, 2021
B.J. Marks, along with his father, Brad, have been doing custom baleage for about five years in the central Georgia Piedmont region...

Jan. 22, 2021
As a young lad growing up in northeast Ohio, a family friend bought me a chess set for my birthday. Whenever he would come over to our house for a visit, we would play a game...