Certify hay as weed free

Are you interested in another market for your hay this year? Maybe you should have it certified as “weed free” FULL STORY »

Hay storage matters

Your round bales are up and it’s time to move hay off the field into storage. If not stored properly, producers can suffer massive losses in nutritional content of forage. FULL STORY »

Harvesting sunlight

Input costs keep rising. Seed, fertilizer, pesticides, fuel, hay, supplements, trucking – everything seems to get more expensive. But miraculously, the most important input is still free. The input I’m talking about is sunlight. FULL STORY »

Weed Watch: Treat early, if possible

Chemical control of weeds is not always possible, McGowin says, depending on conditions. While some parts of his Southeast region experienced drought within the past few years, more recently excessive moisture has created weed challenges. FULL STORY »

White House to unveil dire climate warning in new report

The Obama administration will release an updated report on Tuesday showing how climate change touches every part of the country, as the administration seeks to convince the American public on the need for a crackdown on carbon pollution. FULL STORY »

Producers should consider renegotiating cash rental rates

Farmers may want to renegotiate cash rental rates on cropland, especially agreements that were negotiated in the past few years. FULL STORY »

MU Extension guide on forage irrigation systems available

University of Missouri Extension has released a guide for farmers thinking about using a forage irrigation system. FULL STORY »

Scout pastures for armyworms, but spraying not always necessary

Arkansas is home to two kinds of armyworms – true armyworms and fall armyworms. During their last two stages of growth, they eat tremendous amounts of grass so scouting pastures for armyworms is essential, says Dr. David Fernandez, Cooperative Extension Program livestock specialist at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. FULL STORY »

Waters of the United States and the Clean Water Act

On June 22, 1969, The Cuyahoga River in Ohio caught fire and national attention. This was at least the 13th time since 1868 that the river has caught fire as a result of point source pollution of the river by manufacturers along its banks. FULL STORY »

Weed Watch: Watch for invasive species

Pastures or rangeland depleted by drought could become especially susceptible to invasive weeds, partly because of lack of competition from desirable forage plants and also due to potential introduction of weed seeds from outside sources. FULL STORY »

Cold rain right after planting causes problems

It may be too early to think about replanting corn yet, but it’s a good time to look at guides from University of Missouri Extension or seed dealers, said MU Extension agronomy specialist Bill Wiebold. FULL STORY »

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