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Producer Features

We bring you feature articles on successful forage producers and their business models to help you enrich your management style.

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Wyoming hay is an easy sell to horse customers, dairy and beef producers alike. The high plains and mountain valleys of Wyoming are close to perfect for high-quality alfalfa and alfalfa-mixed grass production.

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At the 2015 California World Ag Expo, there was a “house” built out of every variety of straw grown in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. A sign boasted, “The house that straw built.”

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Passing through the southeastern region of Wyoming, or any part of the state for that matter, you wouldn’t believe some of the world’s most valuable hay is grown there.

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Most farmers begin planting cover crops to revitalize the soil, increase plant productivity or to offset feed costs. For Kansas grower Bill Buessing and his family, however, the change in management was a little more personal.

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Don Austin is a grazier who is not afraid to try new things.

Austin, who farms near Platteville, Wisconsin, enjoys experimenting to find out what works best on his farm.

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Tampa, Florida, is known for a lot of things, like citrus, strawberries and prime real estate, but one doesn’t usually associate the peninsula’s agriculture with alfalfa.

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