Selling Crop Straw/Stubble as Hay? Things You Should Know. Jul 29, 2022

    🕔Jul 29, 2022
    There have been several questions over the past few weeks regarding the nutrient content of crop residues commonly grown in the Arkansas delta and the possible overall value. With the […]

    Covered Cropland vs. Cover Crops – Broadening the Perspective Jan 14, 2021

    🕔Jan 14, 2021
    Cover crops have environmental benefits, with many resulting from cover crops that over-winter, thereby absorbing nitrates in the early spring and building organic matter in soils over time.  Because they […]

    Arkansas: Research Survey to Gauge Interest in Organic Crops Nov 18, 2020

    🕔Nov 18, 2020
    Researchers are surveying farmers across the Mid-South through Dec. 31 to gauge their interest in organic crop production. The survey is being conducted jointly by Winrock International and the University […]

    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! 

    Illinois: Yield, Harvest Acreage Down in All Categories Jan 15, 2020

    🕔Jan 15, 2020
    Illinois farmers faced incredible weather related challenges in 2019, which negatively affected production, according to a report from the USDA NASS, Heartland Regional Field Office. Corn: Planted area, at 10.5 […]

    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 […]

    Nebraska: Disaster Relief Payments Available for On-Farm Stored Grain Losses Nov 11, 2019

    🕔Nov 11, 2019
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency (FSA) in Nebraska announced payments now are available to eligible producers who lost stored commodities due to natural disaster in 2018 or […]

    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 […]

    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, […]


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