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University of Vermont (UVM) Extension recently received a $68,438 grant from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to work with farmers interested in trying “solar corridors” in their corn silage fields.

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Progressive Forage is proud to feature the Category I and Category II first place winners of the 2021 American Forage and Grassland Council (AFGC) National Youth in Forage Management Essay Contest. Students in grades 6-9 competed in Category I, and grades 10-12 competed in Category II.

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As spring slowly rolls across the U.S., forage producers are in various stages of readiness for a predictably hectic planting season, waiting for Mother Nature to give the green light. 

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Weather and transportation continue to be two dominant topics as we march into a new growing season. Here’s a look at some of the conditions affecting domestic and export hay markets.

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The Western Regional Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP) is working to collect data from 13 Western states and four U.S. territories regarding the stressors that agricultural producers and workers experience.

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