January 2009Volume 9.01
Get ready to sell some Persist! In this month's newsletter, we discuss our latest advertising campaign for Persist Orchardgrass. Additionally, we talk about Ed diploid annual ryegrass and our two newest tetraploid annual ryegrass varieties.
February 2009Volume 9.02
This month we talk a little bit more about the press we are getting on Persist Orchardgrass and how tall fescue has come to the rescue of airports!
March 2009Volume 9.03
This month's newsletters has our crop watch and market updates.
May 2009Volume 9.05
Our May newsletter highlights Persist Orchardgrass' performance in the University of Kentucky's continuous and rotational grazing studies and our new resource library.
June 2009Volume 9.06
We're covering a lot in this month's newsletter, from a brief crop update, a new tall fescue and a new salesman to the first of ten keys to a profitable forage program.
August 2009Volume 9.08
In this issue, we give a brief crop and market update, talk some more about Persist Orchardgrass and Windham winter pea. We finish with Key #2 to a Profitable Forage Program.
September 2009Volume 9.09
If you’ve been wondering how the economy, supply, and prices are affecting next year’s crop, you might find this issue useful! We also introduce our newest release: Cajun II Endophyte-Free Tall Fescue and bring you Key #3 to a Profitable Forage Program.
October 2009Volume 9.10
In this issue, we introduce our new state of the art coating facility and process to you! Also included, an in-depth market update and Key #4 to a Profitable Forage Program.
November 2009Volume 9.11
In this month's newsletter, we announce the available of our new Hudson tall fescue, give a brief market update and tell you a bit more about our new coating process. Finally, we talk about Key #5 to a Profitable Forage Program.