SDSU: Best ways to store hay to make it last

· August 3, 2018

It’s important to “make hay while the sun shines” but it’s even more essential to try to keep those bales in tact when the sun isn’t shining. No matter what materials producers choose to bind forage with, the method of storage throughout the summer and into the fall and winter is important to maintaining forage […]


BioZyme: Cattle producers may need to stretch hay with grain

· May 7, 2018

This year an earlier than expected dry season has left some cattle producers without the green pastures they usually rely on. And last year’s drought leaves little hay to feed, putting producers in a rut. “This early drought has caught many producers off guard,” said Kevin Glaubius, Director of Nutrition for BioZyme Inc. “And hay […]

Ranchers in Western Oklahoma wildfire area need hay

· April 18, 2018

If you have hay to spare, ranchers in the path of the Western Oklahoma wildfire desperately need it to feed their cattle. Large wildfires in Western Oklahoma sparked last week and continue to burn encompassing over 300,000 acres and growing. “Hay is the number one need right now,” said Dana Bay, Woodward County OSU Extension […]

Kubota’s 5×6 round baler is getting the job done

· November 21, 2017

Kubota’s BV4580 round baler has had a full year under it’s belt — getting tested out in fields from Texas all the way to the Dakotas and up into Canada — and customers are approving. We had the opportunity to chat with Dave Palmer, Senior Product Manager, Kubota Implements recently about the succcess Kubota’s highest […]

Kubota introduces new products, includes their fastest UTV yet

· October 31, 2017

Kubota Tractor Corporation recently introduced some new products for ag at the company’s annual dealer meeting. Here’s a look at the new line-up: Gas-powered RTV-XG850 Sidekick, the company’s fastest utility vehicle yet Around the farm to the backwoods, the new gas-powered Sidekick is ready for anything and is Kubota’s fastest, strongest, and most agile utility […]

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