Category Archives: Hay Clippings Blog
We’ve been hearing from folks about the dire situations they’re experiencing this summer and the very real decisions they are faced with. We believe so much in the ag community and if you have been wanting to offer support to … Continue reading
Hay market prices remain mostly steady for alfalfa and steady for grass hay. Trade remains steady, although some area trades have slowed, demand remains good. Rains this season have produced a lot of grinding quality hay which is contributing to … Continue reading
Hay market prices remain steady for both alfalfa and grass hay while demand was fair to good. The southwest and south-central regions have seen a slowdown in sales of grinder hay, and although there were no price changes, the feeling … Continue reading
Join Us for the 6th Annual Kansas Governor’s Summit on Agricultural Growth, Thursday, August 26 in Manhattan, KS. And the Virtual FEED AND FORAGE SESSION, on Thursday July 22, from 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Join us for the sixth annual Kansas Governor’s Summit on Agricultural Growth being held Thursday, August 26 in Manhattan, Kansas. The event will run from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. with registration starting at 8:00 a.m. A separate, virtual FEED … Continue reading
Hay market prices were steady for alfalfa and mostly steady for grass hay while demand remains good. Producers report they are extremely busy trying to stay ahead of everything that needs to be done this time of year. Most are … Continue reading
July 27, 2021 Social Event 7pm-11pm Clarion Inn Hotel Garden City Registration link below: Limited room so get registered today!
Japanese Beetle Adults; Click Beetles; Alfalfa Caterpillars Read the Complete Insect Letter Here.
Producers can now hay, graze and chop cover crops anytime and still receive full prevented planting payment
WASHINGTON, July 6, 2021 – Agricultural producers with crop insurance can hay, graze or chop cover crops for silage, haylage or baleage at any time and still receive 100% of the prevented planting payment. Previously, cover crops could only be … Continue reading
KSU Beef Tips – by Dale Blasi, Stocker, Forages, Nutrition and Management specialist and Jaymelynn Farney, Beef Systems Specialist, Parsons Harvesting forages for future use during the winter feeding period or during periods of drought represents a significant cost outlay for cattle … Continue reading