Monday Feature:  1950s Hay Stacking

Monday Feature: 1950s Hay Stacking

This week’s featured video was published to social media by Classic Tractor Fever to share a portion of an archived Library of Congress video about ranch life on the Ninety Six Ranch in Paradise Valley, Nevada back in the 1950s.   It is amazing to see how these...
Alfalfa in the South Workshop – May 7

Alfalfa in the South Workshop – May 7

Alabama is hosting the Alfalfa in the South Workshop, which will provide training on how to get started with incorporating alfalfa into bermudagrass hay fields.  This workshop is part of a grant in cooperation the University of Georgia (UGA) and University of Florida...
Creeping Indigo: Get Ahead of the Problem Now

Creeping Indigo: Get Ahead of the Problem Now

The calendar and thermometer indicate the return of consistent warm weather is arriving soon. With it come forage production for grazing and hay, and the many weeds which create an assortment of problems.  Included is Creeping indigo, Indigofera spicata, a weed with...
Friday Feature: Rotation of Hay Feeding Locations

Friday Feature: Rotation of Hay Feeding Locations

This week’s featured video was produced by SunUp TV, which is Oklahoma State Extension’s Television show for producers in their state.  The topic of this video is the value of rotating or continuously moving hay feeding stations to different locations in a...
Precision Feeding After a Challenging Hay Season

Precision Feeding After a Challenging Hay Season

The summer of 2018 has been very challenging for hay production.  The combination of frequent rainfall, and heavy downpours have prevented timely harvest, and also diminished the quality of the hay produced.  The days are getting shorter, grass growth has slowed, so...