By: Craig Roberts
COLUMBIA, Mo. – “Plant cool-season grasses in September,” says Craig Roberts, University of Missouri Extension forage agronomist. “The earlier the better.”
Early planting lets seedlings put down roots to start growth before frost. New plantings must store… Continue reading
By: Kylee Kohls, CAB
It’s a hot topic every summer.
“Heat stress is the largest impediment to efficient animal agriculture,” said Rob Rhoads, Virginia Tech. He presented with University of California-Davis colleague Frank Mitloehner for a symposium on the topic… Continue reading
Source : Craig Roberts
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers face bad hay days as they mow and rake hay that should’ve been baled in May, not now in the first days of summer.
Although these crops offer flexibility in cropping systems and a great source of livestock feed, they could pose… Continue reading
South Dakota Farmers Union President, Doug Sombke joins National Farmers Union in urging President Trump to reinstate Country-of-Origin Labeling (COOL) of beef and other meat products for public health reasons.
\”Without COOL, consumers don\’t know where their meat is raised… Continue reading