Published on July 9, 2021
View the recording from the July 7 Irrigation Webinar Series. Hear more about irrigation scheduling, planning irrigation systems, the opportunity to produce annual forage crop under irrigation and irrigated crop nitrogen management in a year with too much and too little water.
Published on July 17, 2019
An intriguing opportunity to combine your interest in dairy management with a visit to historic Israel. The Israel Dairy School has a special session planned for US dairy farmers January 5-11, 2020.
Field Crop Sessions Take the Center Stage at the MI Ag Ideas to Grow with Conference, February 15-19, 2021
Published on February 5, 2021
Learn about controlling pests, farm bill options for 2021, working with lenders, drainage and irrigation, working with MDNR on managing wildlife damage and more. There are over 25 sessions to choose from, over 20 providing RUP credits.
Published on April 14, 2021
When the grass starts greening, the urge to get livestock on pasture is strong. However, patience and a little planning will pay off because management of the spring flush of forage availability is key to setting the tone for the entire grazing season.
Published on August 20, 2019
The reoccurrence of bovine tuberculosis infections in northeast Michigan cattle herds results in the need for more landowners to use disease control permits.
Understanding enteric methane sources and quantification improves mitigation strategies in grazing beef systems
Published on August 10, 2020
Methane sources, quantification, and mitigation techniques target reductions in enteric methane emissions of the beef industry according to an invited review in Applied Animal Science
Published on September 5, 2019
Complete feed rations are Important for the nutrition of your pigs
Published on June 27, 2019
Hay carryover from last year is low, and with the current delayed hay harvest, that trend could continue, do not wait until you need the forage, make plans now!
Published on May 14, 2019
Whether planting new, or working with what you already have, understanding the legume species that make up your forage can help you succeed.