Aaron Keiss

Aaron
Keiss
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Feedback from members key to staying on top of critical issues
CAFA encourages members to get in touch whenever there’s an issue that needs to be brought to the attention of the
Other hay acreage major surprise in crop report
If your crystal ball forecast a 10 percent drop in California alfalfa acreage in 2007, you don't need to recalibrate it.
Farm bill could change forage landscape if Congress delivers
If you are wondering when cellulosic-based ethanol will get the attention needed to compete with corn-based ethanol,
Column: A season that can’t end too soon for many growers
The 2006 season has been called “a year to forget” by an industry expert who follows market trends, acreage, yields and
Information source answers alfalfa, forage questions
CAFA often gets calls or e-mails from growers, non-growers and students looking for information on alfalfa and other
Planting intentions report a first indicator of market trends
This year’s March Planting Intentions Report could provide some surprises if it falls in line with speculation that
Column: Alfalfa and Forage Symposium provides opportunity for feedback
The California Alfalfa and Forage Symposium, presented by the UC Alfalfa Workgroup, is always a good place to get
CAFA agenda focuses on research and closer ties with dairy industry
It’s hard to imagine a better year than 2005 and record high alfalfa hay prices are fueling a lot of speculation for
Column: Protecting California farmland a major challenge
A recent op ed piece by State Sen. Jeff Denham, who chairs the Senate Ag Committee, sounded the alarm bell for
Column: Agriculture loses an innovator, visionary and true friend
It didn’t take long for Danny Walker’s phone to begin ringing and keep ringing once the news of Jim Kuhn’s fatal
Skyrocketing project costs linked to environmental laws
From time to time legislative action that will impact agriculture — favorably or unfavorably -- is called to the
California Alfalfa & Forage Association
The annual California Alfalfa Symposium always offers a wealth of information for growers and other members of the
California Alfalfa & Forage Association
Talk to alfalfa growers these days and you hear predictions that acreage will take a big jump this fall due to the
California Alfalfa & Forage Association
The clock is ticking, and the numeric target for Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) for two organophosphate insecticides
California Alfalfa & Forage Association
Two developments growers and pest control advisors always look forward to are new pest control tools and new uses for
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