There will be a hay production conference and trade show in Bonifay on January 25, 2017. The flyer below contains all the pertinent details.
It’s mid-summer, rain fall has been adequate, and hay barns are starting to fill up across the Panhandle. Recently, I had the opportunity to visit several Bermudagrass hayfields that were not producing up to their potential for both… Read More
You may have noticed vaseygrass, with its conspicuously tall seed heads, in pastures and hayfields where you have not noticed it before. Most of the factors explaining the increased occurrence of vaseygrass this summer relate to the relatively… Read More
The cooler temperatures and shorter days associated with the transition from summer to fall can be a welcome change when working outside. However, it is a mixed blessing for Panhandle cattle producers. As temperatures decrease and day lengths… Read More
As we all know, it was abnormally wet this summer across the Panhandle. The overabundance of moisture caused a myriad of problems and complications for our row crop producers. Additionally, the wet conditions all but stopped hay production… Read More
Matthew Orwat, Horticulture Agent I, Washington County Extension Last week’s warm spring-like weather has reminded producers that it is time to prepare this year’s fertility management plan. This reminder is timely because there is still time to prepare… Read More