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The goal is to harvest at the boot stage for grasses and late bud or early bloom for legumes. Ted Wiseman explains in this week's All About Grazing column.

Hay fires are caused when bacteria in wet hay create so much heat that the hay spontaneously combusts. Learn how to monitor your haystack.

Planning the winter grazing and supplementation program has tremendous impact on farm profitability.

Learn to evaluate leafiness, maturity, odor, color, softness, purity, bale condition and contaminants to determine overall quality of hay.

A fire took out a building and all the hay in it at Rogers Community Auction & Flea Market.

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

With this year's weird weather, you may be wondering how to value a standing hay crop. OSU Extension field specialist Dianne Shoemaker has some answers.

Animals need alternative food sources to get the higher amounts of fiber they typically get from hay. Learn what can be substituted.

Find out what you can do when unbaled wheat straw is going for $100/ton.

Weather in the Midwest is forcing livestock producers to buy hay earlier. As a result, horse owners may not have an easy time finding it later this year.