Category Archives: Hay Clippings – eNewsletter

Dealing with moldy hay

COW/CALF CORNER – Heavy, flooding rainfall has left many hay storage areas in standing water or at best on wet, soggy ground.  Wet hay will consistently become moldy hay and present difficult decisions for the cattle producers that planned on feeding … Continue reading

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Rain Continues – New Crop Alfalfa Pricing Trickles In

05-28-19 Hay Report FINAL

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Old World Bluestem and Soil Health Field Day May 28th

GREENWOOD COUNTY COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT- Have you noticed that straw-colored grass in your grassland that the cows won’t eat? Or maybe you are looking for ways to improve the health of the soil in your rangeland or cropland, reduce weed … Continue reading

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Prices Remain Generally Steady with a Slight Softening to Old Crop Grinder Hay

05-14-19 Hay Report FINAL

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Researchers uncover benefits of modified stocking for cow-calf producers

RANGE EAST – Researchers at the Kansas State University Agricultural Research Center in Hays have found that a grazing system shown to be beneficial for the performance of steers also has great potential for cow-calf producers. For several years, beef … Continue reading

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Your Alfalfa Checkoff Dollars at Work

HAY & FORAGE GROWER – In an effort to publicize the results of research funded through the National Alfalfa and Forage Alliance’s (NAFA) U.S. Alfalfa Farmer Research Initiative, better known as the Alfalfa Checkoff, NAFA has teamed with Hay & … Continue reading

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Rain Brought Field Work To A Stop – Prices Remain Steady

05-07-19 Hay Report FINAL

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