Speakers at the 2010 California Alfalfa and Forage Symposium include, from left: Seth Hoyt, author, The Hoyt Report, Ione, Calif.; Leslie Butler and Frank Mitloehner of the University of California, Davis, Davis, Calif.; and Eric Erba, California Dairies, Inc., Visalia, Calif.
Talking irrigation during the symposium trade show include, from left: Dan Schueler, Senninger Irrigation, Fresno, Calif.; and Todd Brown and Donny Nelson, Bramall Farms, St. George, Utah.
Philip Bowles, president, California Alfalfa and Forage Association, presents the organization’s 2010 Jim Kuhn Leadership Award to Seth Hoyt, author of The Hoyt Report.
Enjoying camraderie at the California Alfalfa and Forage Symposium are, from left: Tim Pimley, Jared Penfold, and Wayne Elam of Stanislaus Farm Supply; and Paul Borges, B&B Ag Consulting, all from Modesto, Calif.
Early 2011 cuttings of premium alfalfa hay in California’s Imperial Valley could fetch $155/ton to $165/ton FOB, says hay market analyst Seth Hoyt.
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