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Feed, Bedding Worries Linger As Crop Conditions Stay Subpar in Ohio

AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with Nate Like, a livestock producer in Hamler, Ohio; Andy Stickel, a producer in Pemberville, Ohio. Feed, Bedding Worries Linger As Crop Conditions Stay Subpar in Ohio

Flory: Plenty of Planting Challenges, But Not a Weather Market Yet

Will extended spring flooding impact the markets?

Depending on ground cover, grazing or mowing prior to frost seeding can help improve germination.
Time is Right for Frost Seeding

The sight of frozen, snow-covered fields might not trigger thoughts of planting season, but late winter can be the ideal time for some low-cost pasture improvement.

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LSU AgCenter: Losses From March Flooding Could Top $15 Million

The agricultural loss from the March flooding across Louisiana could top $15 million, according to an economist with the LSU AgCenter.

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Favorable Spring Forecast

CattleFax predicts a cool start to planting and mild summer temperatures