By : Elliott Dennis, Assistant Professor & Extension Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Much of this past crop year has focused on the larger than normal uncertainty of supply in the grain markets due to… Continue reading
Source : Ken Hellevang
A killing frost is expected within a few days in North Dakota, which will end corn development.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, 84% of corn in North Dakota had reached… Continue reading
By : Erin Laborie, Nebraska Extension Educator
The number of growing degree days… Continue reading
By: Jason Hartschuh, OSU Extension Crawford Country, AgNR Educator
Winter wheat, barley, triticale, and cereal rye planted in the fall can produce high quality forage in the spring when harvest is in the boot stage. These forages are not equal… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
A cornfield’s use for the year doesn’t end with harvest. For those with land, or access to cropland, cornstalk residue left in the field after harvest can be an affordable feedstuff for cattle.
More than 20 million… Continue reading
Herd expansion, export markets, corn crop expectations and swine fever ramifications are among the factors that will have an impact on the upcoming U.S. cattle market, Randy Blach, CEO of CattleFax, told more than 700 attendees of the 2019 Cattle… Continue reading