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Winter wheat, barley, triticale and rye planted in the fall can produce high-quality forage in the spring when harvest is in the boot stage.

Having your forages analyzed is the only way to determine if hay will meet an animal's nutrient requirements during the winter.

Learn how to meet the nutritional needs of ruminants, lacking in this year's hay crop, by planting some veggies to graze this fall.

Learn more about common forage-related disorders — bloat, grass tetany and nitrate poisoning — to prevent livestock from getting ill or dying.

The Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council annual meeting will be Feb. 8 at the Ohio Department of Agriculture in Reynoldsburg.

Are you scouting your forage crops for disease this fall? This may not be the first item on a producer's to-do list, but it's important.

Learn how to find, identify and harvest black raspberries, black dewberries and blackberries throughout the summer.

A cold start to spring had some farmers worried about the hay crop, but warm weather in May has the crop maturing fast.

American ginseng hunters are being reminded that uncertified root may not be possessed after March 31 without a weight receipt.

John Kempf, founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture, believes farmers can produce four times as much forage yield in existing fields.
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