Entry Deadlines for World Forage Analysis Superbowl Grow Nearer
More than $22,000 in cash prizes will be awarded.

Why Can’t the Midwest Keep Up Its Dairy Share?
The results of a new study confirm what most farmers and processors know – along with a few surprises.

Beware of Wet Hay
Hay that is baled and stored when it's too wet could heat up enough to start a barn fire, a Purdue Extension forage specialist warns.

Making Quality Hay When the Sun Doesn’t Shine
Has the wet spring and summer caused problems for your hay crop?

California Livestock Producers and Rice Farmers Create Win-Win Solution
The California drought has ranchers desperate for inexpensive feed and the air quality regulations has left rice farmers with an abundance of straw to unload. Two problems solved.

GrassSnap- A Mobile App for Monitoring Grasslands
GrassSnap makes photo-monitoring a snap!

Getting the Quality out of 2nd Cutting Fescue Hay
Second-cutting fescue makes quality hay when stems and seed heads were cut earlier.

Neches White Clover Released
New variety of clover blooms and makes seed early.

Adding Forage Options with Summer Annuals
Consider warm-season annuals as part of your forage rotation.

7 Ways to Extend Forages during California's Drought
Dairy nutritionist: Try these tips to get through this year’s short water supplies and high-priced feeds.

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