Mo-Co combination enables hay producers to cut 28-ft. swath in single pass
Lenexa, KS – To help producers mow and condition more hay in less time, John Deere introduces the Triple-Mounted Mower-Conditioner for 2012. This three-machine system combines a 131 Front-Mount Mower-Conditioner with a Model 388 Twin Rear-Mount Mower-Conditioner to cut a swath more than 28 feet wide in a single pass.
BROOKINGS, S.D. - Weather conditions this spring and summer are proving to be just right for a certain kind of poisoning that can affect cattle on pasture says Russ Daly SDSU Extension Veterinarian.
"Cool, damp spring weather followed by the recent heat means that grasses are at increased likelihood of becoming infected with ergot bodies," Daly said.
Lexington, KENTUCKY – Alltech has once again successfully defended its technology and innovation. The United States Patent and Trademark Office confirmed the validity of
U.S. Patent No. 6,045,834 C1, which pertains to Alltech’s unique composition for binding and inactivating mycotoxins in animal feed, as well as the process for forming the main ingredient. The patent will remain in place through April 16, 2019.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Today, Farm Aid and the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame announced that Farm Aid founder and president Willie Nelson will be inducted into the Agricultural Hall of Fame.
Nelson will be honored in a ceremony to take place on the morning before Farm Aid’s 2011 concert scheduled for August 13 at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan.
Nation’s leading animal health company focuses philanthropic efforts
on helping U.S. families raise livestock
MADISON, N.J. - To help educate impoverished families in the United States about how to farm successfully, and to promote self-sufficiency and fight hunger, Pfizer Animal Health has made a $65,000 contribution to Heifer International—world renowned for its efforts to end poverty and protect the environment.
The National Farmers Union (NFU) Board of Directors has passed a resolution in response to U.S. House of
Representatives Committee on Agriculture Ranking Member Collin Peterson’s recent dairy reform proposal. For their response, click here.
The NMPF responds to IDFA CEO Connie Tipton’s comments with respect to Rep. Peterson’s dairy policy proposal. To obtain the NMPF comments click here.
Rep. Petersen yesterday released a draft of a dairy policy reform bill that closely mirrors that of the National Milk Producer’s Federation. For a copy of this bill draft, click here.
July Class III futures settled at $21.13 today. The record-high Class III price is $21.38 set in July 2007. To see the history of recent Class III settle prices go to the following URL contained within the UW Understanding Dairy Markets website: Click Here .