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ALFALFA NEWS

Salt-tolerant alfalfas in future hay production

August 30, 2019

How big is the salinity problem?

Salinity and its detrimental effect on agriculture is not a new problem.

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Mixing it up with alfalfa in the South

May 31, 2019

Forages play an integral role on any livestock operation. In many parts of the South, the ability to grow both warm- and cool-season forages allows producers to benefit from grazing throughout most of the year on their operations.

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Tips for making better small square bales

April 29, 2019

Whether you’re baling small square bales for your own use or to sell commercially, one of the most critical factors in producing a better hay bale is retaining moisture.

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FORAGE NEWS

Corn silage immature? Here’s what to do next

September 4, 2019

Make the most out of silage planted late.

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Filling a forage gap

August 30, 2019

For many years, a forage niche Oklahoma and surrounding states have been well-known for is grazing weaned calves, also known as stocker cattle, on wheat during the fall and winter.

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Purple prairie clover: A promising forage

August 30, 2019

Purple prairie clover (PPC, Dalea purpurea Vent.) is an important native perennial legume widely distributed across North America with high palatability, adaptability and forage quality.

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