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We’ve scoured the news sources for you to provide coverage of forage news and current events.

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Deadly storms that ravaged much of south Georgia Jan. 20-22 also damaged or destroyed many irrigation pivots that supply needed water to agricultural crops.

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USDA’s 2016 Crop Production report provides harvest summaries and other information for hay and forage crops. The numbers might also offer reasons why hay prices are at six-year lows.

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In March 2016, Progressive Forage published a story on a biocontrol nematode that looked promising for control of the alfalfa snout beetle. This is a follow-up report on the progress of that enterprise.

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Have you wondered what others are reading? We’ve recapped for you the “off the charts” articles receiving the most website traffic from our 2016 lineup.

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In January, the National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance (NAFA) is kicking off the first-ever Alfalfa Checkoff – U.S. Alfalfa Farmer Research Initiative. The new checkoff is a farmer-funded investment in alfalfa-related research to help drive innovation and profitability in the alfalfa industry.

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Wisconsin dairy producers are increasingly adopting a practice that makes economic and environmental sense: They plant oats in early to mid-August and either allow cattle to graze them through late November or harvest the crop in early November for later use.

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