Corn harvest is when many farmers are ready to drill cover crops into their fields. Cover crops offer an array of well-known benefits, including erosion control, weed suppression, increase in soil organic matter, increase in soil nitrogen (when using
Dr. Adrian Barragan, Penn State Extension veterinarian, said uterine diseases are among the most problematic diseases in dairy cows. Uterine diseases can cost both time and money, and there’s also potential for losing valuable genetics due to culling.
Those who met for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) meeting in Reno this summer reviewed a number of critical industry topics.
Chase DeCoite, NCBA director of animal health and food safety policy, discussed the monitoring of a proposed
As if farmers didn’t have enough to worry about these days, Dutch, Sri Lankan, Spanish, Irish, New Zealander and French farmers are staging heated protests over their governments’ proposed “climate tyranny” action plans. The demonstrations are fueling scrutiny from
Most haymakers in the Northeast were satisfied with their 2022 first cutting in terms of quantity and quality. However, with darned few exceptions, satisfaction ran out pretty dramatically when it came to second cutting, particularly with quantity. Most growers