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Watch videos related to hay and forage, including videos on haying, baling, preparing fields for hay, cutting hay, alfalfa, hauling hay, and more.
Haying is Not Done

Haying is Not Done

Haying is Not Done Raking and baling second cut hay in Alberta, Canada.... More
Haying is Done

Haying is Done

Alberta Ranch - The long 2020 first cut hay season is finally over.... More
Prussic Acid

Prussic Acid

Daren Redfearn, Nebraska Extension Forage and Crop Residue Specialist, discusses cases of prussic acid poisoning and offers management strategies to help prevent losses in grazing cattle.... More
Baling Hay in Ohio with John Deere Equipment

Baling Hay in Ohio with John Deere Equipment

When grass is not growing, cattle producers most often rely on hay to meet the forage needs of their animals.... More
Assessing Alfalfa Stands

Assessing Alfalfa Stands

The window for planting alfalfa is closing quickly in southeast Nebraska.... More
Higher Quality Hay with John Deere Equipment

Higher Quality Hay with John Deere Equipment

We head to Kansas to see how one stocker operator uses John Deere equipment to help ensure he's putting up the highest quality hay for his operation.... More
Hay prices improve

Hay prices improve

Jerome--In Jerome County, Ken Miller is getting in the third cut of hay. Its been a tough season for hay prices so far…and quality has been a problem.... More

Alfalfa Growth Stages for on-farm Decisions

Alfalfa Growth Stages for on-farm Decisions

Alfalfa Growth Stages for on-farm Decisions... More
Planting Alfalfa

Planting Alfalfa

Alex Rocateli tells us why selecting the right field is so important in producing a good alfalfa crop.... More
Baling hay racing the rains

Baling hay racing the rains

South Sask Farmer - Baling hay racing the rains... More
Storing Hay Correctly

Storing Hay Correctly

Dave Lalman has advice on how to properly store and stack round bales to maximize forage quality.... More
Putting up High Quality Hay with New Holland Equipment

Putting up High Quality Hay with New Holland Equipment

One essential to a good hay crop is the ability to get it put up in a timely way - and that takes reliable tools and farm machinery.... More
Haylage Inoculant Options

Haylage Inoculant Options

Pioneer Livestock Specialist, Martina Nelson, discusses different options of inoculant for haylages including best practices to achieve optimal digestibility.... More
Using a Disc Mower Conditioner to Make Top Quality Hay

Using a Disc Mower Conditioner to Make Top Quality Hay

See how one Missouri operation uses New Holland equipment to help cut higher quality hay.... More
Picking the Right Tractor for Your Operation

Picking the Right Tractor for Your Operation

The experts at New Holland offer great practical advice on how to buy the right tractor to suit any size cattle operation.... More
Using a Tedder to Improve Hay Quality

Using a Tedder to Improve Hay Quality

We head to Tennessee to see how using a New Holland tedder can help get your hay in faster and in better condition.... More
Benefits of a New Holland Forage Harvester

Benefits of a New Holland Forage Harvester

Higher quality feed can make a real difference in an operation's bottom line. See how some custom forage operators in California are using equipment from New Holland to produce a better product for their customers.... More
Nitrate Toxicity in Forage

Nitrate Toxicity in Forage

Alex Rocateli explains why some types of forage can become toxic after rain followed by hot, dry conditions.... More
Hay late

Hay late

The 2020 hay crop is late. The first cut usually comes at the end of May. But this year, three weeks of rain that's nearly 3 inches, slowed the first harvest.... More
Simple Techniques, Big Results

Simple Techniques, Big Results

Hugh Aljoe, director of producer relations at the Noble Research Institute, talks about intentional and simple pasture management for big results.... More
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