Most corn in Wisconsin breaks the old rule of thumb this year, and fewer acres are planted, as well.
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.