2019 Annual Shareholders Meeting-November 21st
2019 Annual Meeting will be held Thursday, November 21st at the Stewartville Civic Center. Doors open at 6:45 pm; light meal served at 7 pm with business meeting to follow.
Avoid Prussic Acid in Sorghum Crops: Harvest Appropriately
“By taking cattle off grazing when frost threatens, farmers remove the chance of prussic acid poisoning. If frost-damaged or killed sorghums are greenchopped, the prussic acid gas is hauled along to bunks and not given time to escape from the leaf material.”
Results from Corn Silage Burn Down 8/30/19
Results from our first corn silage burn down day showed harvest may be a couple weeks away. Click here to view more information, and join us for our second burn down day on Tuesday, September 10th in Stewartville.
USDA announces details of support package for farmers
(Washington, D.C., July 25, 2019) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced further details of the $16 billion package aimed at supporting American agricultural producers while the Administration continues to work on free, fair, and reciprocal trade deals.
Southeast Minnesota Forage Council Field Day
This year’s event is a joint effort between MDI, SE MN Forage Council, MFA and UM Extension. The event will be hosted on July 30 at Metz’s Hart-Land Dairy & Creamery and Clear Crest Farms. Click here to read more.
Producer Health Benefits from Land O’ Lakes
Land O’ Lakes partnered with Gravie Administrative Services LLC to provide cost-friendly healthcare options to All American Co-op members. Follow this link to find out what you need to know to enroll this fall.
“You better make hay while the sun shines”
Moving forward in the growing season, there are some things to consider. I would encourage you to go out and evaluate the stand. Are there certain hybrids or varieties that are struggling to germinate compared to others? Is there leafing out underneath the soil due to marginal planting conditions?
“Working with you”: The Daley Grind
The agronomy side of the farming industry isn’t the only facet that was effected by the spring weather. As dairymen and beef producers started to run out of feed this spring, they were forced to rely on forage rations earlier than anticipated, resulting in an overall shortage in availability. Beyond cutting into the stored forage they already had, they were also forced to be patient while waiting to harvest a dry first crop.
Automatic Calf Feeders: Are they worth the investment?
“It is not the most intellectual of farmers that survives; it is not the strongest that survives; but the farmer that survives is the one that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself.”