Courtesy of NDSU Extension
Heavy rainfall or snow has prevented wheat from being harvested in parts of North Dakota this fall, leaving producers wondering what to do with their crops.
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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
Some producers may want to harvest soybeans for forage this year. Here is essential information for producing high quality soybean forage.
September 5, 2019 – Author: Michael Staton, Kim Cassida and Philip Kaatz, Michigan State University Extension
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Courtesy of: Michigan State University Extension
One challenge this year is wondering whether the corn crop will mature before frost and what to do with it if it does not. This is an opportune year for cash crop producers and… Continue reading
Courtesy of: NDSU Agriculture Communication
Rain can have a variety of impacts on forage quality and yield, ultimately affecting overall feed and market value, North Dakota State University Extension livestock specialists say.
July in North Dakota was the 23rd wettest… Continue reading
Courtesy of: NDSU Agriculture Communication – July 8, 2019
The USDA is allowing producers to graze, hay or cut cover crops on prevented-planting acres beginning Sept. 1.
Changes in federal grazing and harvesting rules on prevented-planting acres could help North… Continue reading