Oct. 4, 2022
Cutting forage at an optimum quality remains the primary challenge for haymakers. Following closely behind is the challenge of baling hay at the proper moisture content. Low-moisture bales preserve nu...

Sept. 27, 2022
Now that fall is upon us, it is time to plan for winter feeding. Producers who transition from grazing livestock to feeding hay must be equipped with enough bales at optimal forage quality to up...

Sept. 20, 2022
Grazing cornstalks in the fall and winter can be an economical feeding strategy that offers relatively high-quality feed for beef cattle...

Sept. 13, 2022
Although summertime is in the rearview mirror, drought concerns linger in many regions...

Sept. 6, 2022
Incorporating grass into dairy rations is becoming more commonplace across the United States. Although harvest timing is critical for most forage crops, grasses demand a raised awareness of this crite...

Aug. 30, 2022
Similar to an old house that needs repair, an underperforming forage stand may need a renovation...

Aug. 23, 2022
Simply put, a weed is a plant that is growing in an unwanted area and competing with desirable species. Although corn is usually planted intentionally, it can act like a weed when it grows...

Aug. 16, 2022
While cold weather and Christmas shopping might not be top of mind, it is time to think about winter feeding strategies and inventory...

Aug. 10, 2022
Waynesboro, Ga., is the bird dog capital of the world. It is home to the Georgia Field Trials, an annual competition where hounds hunt down flocks of quail...

Aug. 9, 2022
While optimists and pessimists argue about whether the glass is half empty or half full, both sides can agree that there is no water in the cup during a drought...