Progressive Forage Feed
4 tips for feeding utility hay
Utility hay is low quality hay. Typically, hay categorized as utility hay is high in fiber and low in energy and protein.
Production agriculture without debt
How many people do you know who started out in production agriculture without debt? I’ll wager it’s not too many. It’s a personal choice and comes down to deciding what risk you’re comfortable with.
Nitrogen management for today’s environment
Nitrogen fertilizer management is highly impacted by changes and variability in climatic conditions. The specific aspects with the greatest effect include wet conditions in the fall, shortened winters, delayed spring fieldwork season, excessive precipitation early in the growing season and unusually heavy individual rainfall events.
Novel fescue by the numbers
Joe Davis is a numbers man. His brain is full of them, and every gigabyte of his phone and two laptops is crammed full. So naturally, when it comes time for the retired chemical engineer to answer a question or solve a problem, he turns to figures. “I don’t like to deal with ‘kinda’ or ‘it depends,’” he says.
Beef on rye at Fischer Farms
Beef on rye may sound like a lunch order at your local diner, but it takes on a whole new meaning when you look at Fischer Farms in southern Indiana.
Equipment Hub: Preparing for spring tillage
Spring tillage offers a number of benefits to help get the planting season off to a successful start. Given the narrow planting window, proper preparation and maintenance of your tillage equipment is essential to making sure it is field ready and will function correctly.