Because of excessive moisture and flooding, some producers may be short on hay for the winter.
The state's hay inventory has been steadily declining in recent years.
Beef Column: It’s almost time to measure the forage available in the pasture.
The beef and forage tour on July 6 will feature conservation practices related to livestock.
Buckeye Beef Brief: Ohio has the lowest inventory of hay since the 2012 drought.
Commentary: Inventory of quality forages across the Midwest is very short.
This one-day tour of three operations emphasizes diversity in forage management and beef production.
Deadlines are approaching to submit entries. More than $26,000 will be awarded.
Last winter saw one of the highest loss rates yet, according to a survey of beekeepers.
Equipment exists to help hay producers who have too much moisture or too little.