Controlled grazing and decent planning got us through a muddy and cold winter in good shape.
Little residue is left to protect soil after harvesting silage.
Throwback Tech: Farmers recently bid aggressively on the modern version of a tool introduced in the 1960s.
Key questions to answer are how to cut hay and comparison of costs for hay versus grazing.
Looking backward can help guide us into a brighter future with managed grazing.
Value varies widely; here’s an example of how to price standing hay.
Basic math with some knowledge can provide the answers you need about stocking rates for pasture and crop ground.
Guest Column: Short-season corn is a practical option for most farmers.
Nitrogen and sulfur are both critical for yield and quality.