By: Leland McDaniel, Carter County OSU Extension Director and Agriculture Educator
Mid-summer is upon us, the Oklahoma heat has set in and, although some will still be baling hay, much of the abundant hay crop is “in the barn”. That… Continue reading
By: Darrin Pack
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – With parts of the Midwest experiencing wetter-than-normal weather conditions, a Purdue Extension forage specialist is urging farmers to make sure their hay is adequately dried before baling and storage to reduce the risk… Continue reading
Whether farmers and ranchers are hauling hay bales to storage or moving them to pasture to feed cattle in winter, how efficiently they do so has a big impact on productivity and profits.
While conventional hay trailers have been around… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
After several years of drought, rain in Oklahoma is allowing cool season forages to grow in abundance. Harvesting and baling cool season crops such as fescue and wheat hay… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo. – “I’m seeing more baleage being made than ever before,” says Rob Kallenbach, University of Missouri Extension forage specialist.
May is the best month for making high-quality forage. Also, May is the wettest month of the year in… Continue reading
PIKETON, Ohio – Producers who follow the proper techniques for hay storage will find their crops will retain more value and suffer fewer losses, said a beef cattle expert from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The… Continue reading