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Nutrient management is essential to soil health and we’ve contacted the experts to guide you – read their tips for raising a successful forage crop.

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Cornell University researchers evaluated the impact of semisolid dairy manure application rate and timing on the yield and quality of orchardgrass. The study was reported in the Agronomy Journal, March-April 2010 issue.

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The organic market is growing in size and scope. In 2008 the sales of organic foods reached $22.9 billion, which represented 17.1 percent growth for the market.

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As grass hay harvest gets underway, we need to be thinking about fertilizing those stands with nitrogen (N).

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Johne’s disease is a persistent and debilitating bacterial disease that affects the intestines of ruminant animals.

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If you have been trying to get a grip on your hay costs, you likely have realized that one of the largest costs is tied to fertilization.

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The concept of whole-farm nutrient management can be easily described as the “active process of making decisions related to nutrients imported (feed and fertilizer) to a farm and those nutrients exported (milk, animals and manure) or lost via air or water.”

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