Regardless of when you calve, there is little justification for a lengthy breeding season.
This may be the year for two cuttings of tall fescue hay. That's good news.
Producers should consider these common questions as the alfalfa cutting season starts.
Have you harvested your first cutting of alfalfa yet?
Whether to take that last cutting of alfalfa, and when, can be tricky. Forage specialist Marvin Hall explains why harvest timing is so important to the health of next year’s alfalfa crop.
Drought, prolonged cold weather, and the resulting lengthen winter grazing season, all contributed to a slow green-up in the Midwest this year. University of Missouri's Craig Roberts says focus on the second hay cutting.
It’s the end of August and some alfalfa growers will need to make a decision if they should take another cutting of alfalfa, and if so, when.
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