On his west-central Missouri farm, Kyle Grumke and his father Ross employ cover crops on every one of their 550 owned acres
One of the most important practices that any forage producer can incorporate into their program is adding legumes to grass pastures and hayfields.
On Mikey Taylor’s farmland, cover crops and livestock are the vehicle to building high-potential soils.
Wayne Springer is tired of paying $300 for a bag of traited corn seed. Unafraid to change horses in midstream, the 60-year-old producer is transitioning from a row crop farm to a ranching operation.
After having to throttle down for more than a week due to periods of pounding rainfall and spotty hail, mid-Willamette Valley farmers put combines back to work in area grass seed fields over the weekend.