January 2018Volume 18.01
In addition to addressing expected transportation issues for 2018, we announce a new website promoting Payday tetraploid perennial ryegrass.
March 2018Volume 18.03
This month we discuss new crop pricing strategies. We also explain why KY-Early Timothy is much more profitable than buying cheaper seed.
May 2018Volume 18.05
This month we report on news from the Willamette Valley focusing on the state of the current crop and market. We also remind our customers to get their cover crop seed needs covered early.
June 2018Volume 18.06
This month's newsletter has an beautiful photo of seedheads that introduce the latest harvest update. We also provide information on three new cover crop videos available in our Resource Library.
August 2018Volume 18.08
In this issue we give a brief update on harvest, announce the future opening of a coating facility in Lamar, Missouri, and discuss a warehouse fire.
September 2018Volume 18.09
This month we provide updates on some of the key crops and markets as well as announce the availability of our new WinterKing hairy vetch and WyoWinter winter pea.
October 2018Volume 18.10
This month we share some recent NTEP data on our newest turf-type perennial ryegrasses - Signet and Shield, as well as some powerful data from Mississippi on Cajun II endophyte-free tall fescue.
December 2018Volume 18.12
In this month's newsletter, we highlight Smith Packaging Services where wholesale customers can purchase many of their agricultural packaging needs, including standard polywoven bags, custom BOPP bags, bulk totes, and stretch wrap. We also discuss the dry fall weather and its potential impact on