Category Archives: Hay Clippings Blog

Progressive Cattle: Bad Cows Break Budget

The connection between cattle behavior and your bottom line. To view article, click the photo provided below!

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Estimating Hay Needs for the Upcoming Winter

Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist Each fall, cow/calf producers have that question lurking in the back of their mind:  “Do we have enough hay stored to get through the winter?”  Winter hay needs will vary dramatically … Continue reading

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Join other graziers from across the state of Kansas in a telephone conversation this Monday, October 12

KGLC – Join other graziers from across the state of Kansas in a telephone conversation with grazing management experts Barry Barber, Gary Kilgore and Keith Harmoney on the second Monday of each month, from 7:30 to 9:00 pm.  These informal … Continue reading

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Small grain forage options for this fall

KSU Agronomy eUpdate – Small grain forages can be a profitable option for producers. They can be planted in the fall and either terminated or grazed out in the early spring, allowing time to plant a summer row crop if … Continue reading

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29 September 2020 Kansas Hay Market Report

Hay market trade slow and prices remained steady for all hay types in all regions. Hay movement increased slightly over the past week but remains sluggish. Fall officially arrived on the 22nd, but you would not have known that on … Continue reading

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Control woody plants on rangeland: Basal bark and cut-stump herbicide applications

MANATTAN – Late summer and fall can be an excellent time to treat unwanted stands of woody plants. Scattered stands of individual trees should either be treated individually using the basal bark method (for labeled plants less than 4-6 inches in … Continue reading

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BIG 2020 SIGNUP NUMBERS FOR CRP GRASSLANDS

A herd of cattle graze in field. Credit: USDA NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE AG COALITION – In July 2020, the Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that it accepted around 1.2 million new acres into the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grasslands initiative. These … Continue reading

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15 SEPTEMBER 2020 KANSAS HAY MARKET REPORT

Hay market trade slow. Prices remained steady for all hay types in all regions. Much cooler temperatures and rain moved across the state last week with areas reporting anywhere from 1/4” to 4.5” inches and temperatures reaching into the mid … Continue reading

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Corn: a valuable fall-grazing resource

HAY&FORAG GROWER – Summer months provide the warm, sunny conditions needed for a great growing season, but without adequate moisture from either precipitation or irrigation, crops can quickly become drought stressed. In some cases, crops can be salvaged as standing … Continue reading

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Keep more bale for your buck

HAY&FORAGEGROWER.COM – Lots of hard work goes into making quality hay before first cutting is even swathed, so letting storage conditions degrade the quality, and in some cases, the quantity of the hay you worked so hard to make doesn’t make … Continue reading

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