Source: Ohio State Beef Cattle Newsletter | May 22, 2019

by Dwane Miller, Penn State Extension Educator, Agronomy

Whether you’re taking the crop as haylage or dry hay, it’s important to pay attention … Read More

Source: AgriLife Today | May 22, 2019

Texas’ carryover hay supplies are low, and production is off to a slow start due to spring rain delays, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.

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Source: Noble Research Institute | May 1, 2019

By Mike Trammell, Senior Plant Breeder & Dennis Walker, Facility Manager 1

Good quality forages are the main asset of any livestock operation and are crucial for the livestock industry…. Read More

Source: USDA Market News

Compared to last report, most hay classes sold steady; ground alfalfa sold steady to $5 lower. Trade activity was light to moderate on moderate demand with not a lot … Read More

Source: Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC) | 5-13-19

High prices rationed hay disappearance between Dec. 1 to May 1 to the lowest level since 2013/14 at 64 million tons. However, that … Read More

Source: By Alan Newport for Beef Producer

If you want to use cover crops to fill holes in your … Read More

April showers delivered moisture around the state, but so far May has been one for the ages when it comes to rainfall. Rainfall amounts have been more than double normal, averaging more than 7 inches, due to several lines of storms across the state since April 1. The drought monitor … Read More

Cool, wet weather affected most of the eastern and central areas of the state during the past week. Precipitation in East Texas, the Blacklands, the Cross Timbers, the Upper Coast, South Central Texas and the Coastal Bend ranged between 1 and 6 inches, with isolated areas in the Upper Coast … Read More

Source: ForageFax | May 13, 2019

Johnsongrass

Johnsongrass is a warm season perennial grass that is one of the most … Read More

Source: USDA Market News – Hay Reports | May 10, 2019

Compared to last report alfalfa sold steady to $5 lower as producers are in the process of cleaning out barns to make room for new crop that is about 2 to 3 weeks … Read More