By : Bryce McWilliams, U of A System Division of Agriculture
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – After a year of lower commodity prices, extreme weather, and ongoing trade tensions in world markets, much needed debt relief can be available to family… Continue reading
By: Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension State Climatologist
September 2019 has been pleasantly warmer than usual, and our crops need every bit of that warmth to reach maturity before our first frost arrives. Fortunately, temperatures have cooled slightly this week but… Continue reading
By: Victor Shelton, NRCS State Agronomist/Grazing Specialist
Whether winter predictions are correct or not, it’s time to start preparing!
The Old Farmer’s Almanac has released their forecast for this winter. “Mild, with soakers” is how Indiana is labeled. I don’t… Continue reading
WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 9, 2019 – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced that agricultural producers affected by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019, including Hurricane Dorian, can apply for assistance through the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program Plus… Continue reading
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
Courtesy of: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension – July 16, 2019
Lincoln, Neb. — As a summer heat wave descends on the Midwest, Nebraska Extension is urging producers to help reduce stress on cattle during hot weather.
“This July weather pattern… Continue reading