Texas Field Reports: Rains, Wet Conditions Cause Delays Jun 9, 2021

    🕔Jun 9, 2021
    Rains and the threat of rain have kept forage producers in hay-producing regions of the state out of fields and behind schedule for the season, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife […]

    Lego Hay Baler – Yes It’s Real – Video Feb 4, 2020

    🕔Feb 4, 2020
    Hay Baler from Lego parts- it is real, it is working and it is so cool! 

    Livestock: Expect Even Higher Hay Prices This Spring – DTN Jan 14, 2020

    🕔Jan 14, 2020
    Forage producers have faced many weather challenges in recent years, from too much or too little rain, to extreme cold last winter that caused significant alfalfa winterkill. These problems have […]

    Hay Prices Rising – DTN Jul 17, 2019

    🕔Jul 17, 2019
    The extremely wet, cool weather in the first half of the growing season for most of the Midwest had a negative effect on all crops — especially forage crops. Farmers […]

    Livestock: Don’t Ignore Toxic Butterweed – DTN May 31, 2019

    🕔May 31, 2019
    Those yellow flowers filling fields across the Midwest aren’t buttercups, baby. They are weeds and consumed in enough quantities, cressleaf groundsel, also called butterweed, can be toxic to livestock. Ohio […]

    Virginia Field Reports: Strong Week for Planting May 29, 2019

    🕔May 29, 2019
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 26, 2019. REPORTER COMMENTS BY COUNTY – Comments are based on remarks made by extension agents, farmers, commodity specialists, and other […]

    Tennessee Field Reports: Farmers Make Hay While Sun Shines May 29, 2019

    🕔May 29, 2019
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 26, 2019. County Agent Comments Justin Hargrove, Benton County Dry weather and warm temperatures have spurred many producers to finish planting […]

    Texas Field Reports: Hay Supplies Tight, 2019 Season Off to Slow Start May 21, 2019

    🕔May 21, 2019
    Texas’ carryover hay supplies are low, and production is off to a slow start due to spring rain delays, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Dr. David Anderson, […]

    Hay: 3rd Largest U.S. Crop in Harvested Acres – Why Is It Trending Lower? Sep 20, 2018

    🕔Sep 20, 2018
    Hay is the 3rd largest U.S. crop in terms of harvest acres.  It also provides environmental services, notably erosion control.  Understanding the U.S. hay market is therefore important for both market […]

    Tennessee Field Reports: Hay Cutting in Full Swing Jul 30, 2018

    🕔Jul 30, 2018
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending July 29, 2018. County Agent Comments Kenny Herndon, Carroll County Crop and pasture land is showing the results of a couple of […]


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