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
Provided by: Ohio State University Extension
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Less salad, more carbs and proteins.
That’s counter to what many say is right for our diet. But for cows and other livestock, that’s the direction in which their diets are likely to… Continue reading
OMAHA, Neb. — March 9, 2017 — As part of its partnership with MirTech Harvest Center to grow the farm equipment sales and service business in the western Delta region, CLAAS of America announces the opening of two new… Continue reading
Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Forage sorghums are used by cattle producers for summer grazing or harvested for hay. Forage sorghums can be very productive and high quality, but can also accumulate toxic levels of… Continue reading
With wheat harvest right around the corner, the value of the straw is a very popular question. Over the past several years, baling and selling wheat straw has become a more common practice. While uses for wheat straw are varied,… Continue reading