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    Alfalfa seeded this spring is ready, or soon will be ready, to cut.  Hot dry weather means proper care and management now could have big impac…

      Alfalfa is a relatively drought-tolerant forage, but irrigation makes it possible to produce higher yields. This perennial crop does not have …

        Insects are causing problems for alfalfa across Nebraska. Stay tuned as I describe what to look for in your fields and what to do if an issue …

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          Yellow-green patches in a pasture might look pretty for the uninitiated, but the tell-tale bloom of leafy spurge not a spring sight many of us…

            Be careful not to overlook wilting and browning leaves in your alfalfa fields, since this could be a sign of an alfalfa weevil infestation.

              With a background in engineering, Shane Barber designed and refined a sturdy but portable water tank that works for livestock as small as a la…

                If you have wetlands, creek bottoms, or just wet areas in pastures, you probably have some reed canarygrass. It is often the first perennial g…

                  The time for turn-out to our primary summer pastures is coming soon. A couple of important questions are what date to turn-out, and which past…

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