North Dakota: Wheat Still in Fields Raises Concerns Oct 11, 2019

🕔Oct 11, 2019
Heavy rainfall or snow has prevented wheat from being harvested in parts of North Dakota this fall, leaving producers wondering what to do with their crops. Vomitoxin is one of […]

Wheat: U.S. Prices Competitive with Corn for Domestic Feed Use Jul 12, 2019

🕔Jul 12, 2019
According to USDA’s June WASDE (World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates) report, U.S. feed wheat consumption will increase 64% in marketing year (MY) 2019/20 to 3.81 million metric tons (MMT), compared […]

Mississippi Poultry: Low Production Prices, Healthy Demand Apr 13, 2018

🕔Apr 13, 2018
With low feed prices and healthy demand for broilers and eggs, the Mississippi poultry industry is poised for another productive year. “Prices for feed grains have remained in line throughout […]

Kansas Corn: Clean Corn May Still be Toxic for Animal Feed Dec 26, 2017

🕔Dec 26, 2017
Kansas State University researchers have verified a belief that cleaning corn with common industry methods will reduce mycotoxins that may be present in the crop. But they are also cautioning […]

Global Markets: Corn – Competition in South Korea’s Feed Market Oct 13, 2017

🕔Oct 13, 2017
South Korea is a price sensitive market for feed grains, basing its buying decisions on the price competitiveness of alternative feeds. South Korea is also one of the world’s largest […]

North Dakota Livestock: Herbicides May Restrict Crop Use as Feed Aug 21, 2017

🕔Aug 21, 2017
Some producers are turning to small-grain crops as feed for their livestock because this year’s drought is causing a severe shortage of grass and hay. However, herbicides applied to those […]

3 Keys to Making Good Silage Aug 27, 2015

🕔Aug 27, 2015
There are three keys to making good silage, regardless of whether you’re working with drought-damaged, hailed, or a normal crop. #1 Chop at the right moisture Silage in bunkers should […]

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