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Forage 2019

March 28, 2019

Flip through our annual hay, feed and seed magazine in the window below, or read and share individual stories (just keep scrolling). Triticale offers protein, versatility Counting the costs: Land-use decisions are increasingly driven by...

Triticale offers protein, versatility

March 23, 2019

Triticale, pronounced trit-ih-KAY-lee (or trit-ih-KAYL, if you live west of the Mississippi) has resurfaced as a choice grain for high-protein feed. The crop species, a cross of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale), has been around...

Multi-crop rotation offers benefits for livestock and crops

March 23, 2019

At the North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Center, one focus is improving crop and beef cattle production efficiency. Douglas Landblom, a beef cattle specialist, has found that multi-crop rotations with beef cattle can...

Frozen assets: Frost seeding an option to improve forage

March 23, 2019

Ask farmers to describe a “typical” April day, and you’ll get a variety of responses: Rain. Snow. Wind. Freezing. Sunshine. Tornados. Flooding. The gamut of weather conditions during prime planting time can vary, and the...

Forage 2018

April 24, 2018

      NUTBAL: Turning Manure into Money Saved By Terryn Drieling Cattle Killers: Managing Forage to Reduce the Risk of Toxic Plants By Heather Smith Thomas With the Grain: Economists Optimistic About Future of...

Forage 2017

April 25, 2017

Forage 2017: Licking family keeps up horse haying tradition Forage 2017: Robotic tractors in agriculture’s future Forage 2017: Flying low– Crop dusters fly with precision Forage 2017: Key to an Equipment Purchase or Lease is...

Forage 2016

November 14, 2016

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