Progressive Forage Feed
Protecting your hay investment
Most of the hay produced in the Southeast for feeding livestock is packaged as large, round bales. During the winter, hay becomes a valuable commodity to provide nutrients to livestock.
What do you do with the farm when you have three children and only one wants to farm?
Many farm families have wrestled with this issue. Complicating it more is much of the farm’s value is tied up in the land, livestock and equipment. Often there is very little cash, life insurance or retirement plans to use for balancing it out. If the farm is split, will there still be enough critical mass to survive?
Your operation, but whose data?
As we move into winter, many of us might be reflecting on how the farm business did over the past season.
Challenges of planting cover crops
Today cover crops are more widely accepted and planted on more acres than they were just a few years ago. I think most of that is producer comfort with planting and managing cover crops.
Tools for weed identification
The U.S. loves smartphones; the statistics portal Statista.com estimates 81% of all U.S. adults will own at least one device in 2019.
The Mississippi five-year deal
The Treaty of Versailles officially ended “The Great War” (as it was then known) on June 28, 1919. In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day.