February 2007Volume 7.02
In this issue, we provide a current assessment of how selected species’ new crop acres are looking, as of the first of February and talk about Bestfor Plus' impressive numbers in Michigan and Kentucky forage trials.
March 2007Volume 7.03
Our March newsletter discusses some of the recent court cases regarding field burning in Idaho and a ruling in Northern California about Roundup Ready alfalfa. Additionally, we provide some performance highlights on three of our products.
April 2007Volume 7.04
This month's newsletter includes a market update, a look at our Nexus XD turf-type perennial ryegrass and more!
May 2007Volume 7.05
This month we report on the current condition of the crop out west and the movement of Oregon-grown annual ryegrass and tall fescue. We also include exciting information about how Titan Ltd. may help improve airport safety!
June 2007Volume 7.07
This month, we offer our current thoughts on crop potential and a brief rundown on our three new turf products!
August 2007Volume 7.08
Our August newsletter features an extensive crop and market watch, followed by some tips about grazing.
September 2007Volume 7.09
In this issue, briefly cover current crop conditions, highlight some features of Hymark forage tall fescue, and share with you a few fun and funny facts!
October 2007Volume 7.10
This month, we include a spreadsheet to give you a quick glance at crop facts for harvest and change in acreage. We hope this helps you in making your spring booking and pricing decisions. Additionally, we discuss the USDA's voluntary standard for grass/forage fed marketing claims.
December 2007Volume 7.12
Our final newsletter of the year includes a brief market update, an excerpt about how landscape plants can reduce undesirable noise levels and a request for your input!