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Figure 1. Cool-season perennials are the mainstay of pastured dairies in the Northeast. Credit: Sjoerd Duiker
No-Till Annuals to Beat the Summer Slump on a Dairy Farm - Articles Articles

No-Till Annuals to Beat the Summer Slump on a Dairy Farm

Sjoerd Willem Duiker, Ph.D., CCA, Dave Wilson, Jessica A. Williamson, Ph.D.

This case study demonstrates how a grazing dairy farmer in southeastern Pennsylvania beats the summer slump with cool- and warm-season annuals established with no-till practices. More
Planting into Ryelage or Cover Crop Rye That Has Gotten Away
Planting into Ryelage or Cover Crop Rye That Has Gotten Away - Articles Articles
Successful planting into cover crop rye that has grown tall with the wet weather will depend on evaluating the biomass present and having the proper equipment set up for no-tilling into this. More
Generator Checkup: Meaningful Maintenance for Safe Service
Generator Checkup: Meaningful Maintenance for Safe Service - Articles Articles
Is your generator prepared for a power outage at your farmstead or business? More
Farm Family Emergency Response Training
Farm Family Emergency Response Training - Articles Articles

Farm Family Emergency Response Training

Stephen Brown, Dave Hill

This program will lead participants through various scenarios that will force them to think about typical injury incidents and make proper decisions. More