Rained-on hay plagues all of us eventually. The ‘windrow disease’ that often follows presents lingering problems. Bruce Anderson, Nebraska Forage Extension Specialist has these words of wisdom for preventing it.
If your winter was a hard one, no matter where you were on the planet, you’ll find this information important for making sure your plants are healthy.
Researchers have recently discovered that when animals graze plants containing tannins and sapponins, they eat more endophyte-infected tall fescue. That means that including plants like birdsfoot trefoil and alfalfa in pastures of endophyte-infected tall fescue will make your livestock healthier and more productive.