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The history of hay baling is long and varied, but manufacturers have made countless improvements to the technology over the years.

In the event of a fire or hay smoldering, a fire department should be contacted immediately. However, there are ways you can reduce the damage.

Most hay fires occur within the first six weeks after baling. Moisture content is the main factor that causes hay and straw to spontaneously combust.

Now is the time to review management practices to prevent possible botulism and listeriosis health risks associated with poor quality small grain baleage.

Set long-term goals for improvement by making changes to your daily routines.

How do you know how much hay, grain, and pasture your animals need? A hay test is a great place to start.

Learn more about the factors that cause hay nutrient degradation — some can be lowered.

Learn more about keeping your pastures healthy post-harvest and planning for the ensuing planting season.

Hay makes up the No. 3 commercial crop in the U.S., and can greatly benefit from precision technology.

It looks like a field of mustard, but it's not. And livestock producers pay attention: Cressleaf grounsel is toxic to cattle, horses, goats and sheep -- and humans.