The University of Tennessee 2018 Corn Silage hybrid trials data has been finalized and is now available online.
Getting into the field at the proper time to chop silage can be a challenge, regardless of year and weather conditions, but with extreme wet conditions the challenges can multiply. […]
Corn silage harvest will soon be in full swing and livestock producers should be aware of the potential for excess levels of nitrates due to the prolonged moisture stress, high […]
Nebraska: Drought-Stressed Corn – A Feed Opportunity Aug 13, 2018
The game of “what-if” can be tricky. What if the corn crop becomes drought damaged this year? Am I prepared to utilize this forage? Drought-stressed corn will start to wilt […]
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 3, 2017. REPORTER COMMENTS BY COUNTY – Comments are based on remarks made by extension agents, farmers, commodity specialists, and other […]
Disease problems for vegetable producers and gardeners are popping up around the state, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Conditions have been good for vegetable production around […]
The Bailey Feed Grains and Silage Conference conducted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bailey County is set for Feb. 8 in the Bailey County Electric Cooperative meeting […]
Rain has been spotty across much of Ohio this summer and there are areas where corn was under moisture stress during the critical pollination period. As a result, this drought […]
The wet August and healthy corn crop are great for tonnage, but will present challenges for determining when to harvest the corn crop for silage. Whole plant moisture is the most […]
Georgia: 2016 Silage Trial Variety Results Aug 18, 2016
This year’s trial included 69 replications, 23 varieties replicated three times each. There were no significant differences in yield among planted varieties.