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Forage Production

Whether you graze, chop, ensile, bag or bale forage, we offer practical information for your hay, silage and pasture needs.

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Innovation is something Kyle Marshall, owner of Cedar Cross Ranch, has grown accustomed to since he began in the cattle business nearly 12 years ago.

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It is that time of year again: Harvest is over, and plans are underway for next year’s cropping enterprise. One choice to make soon is which seeds to plant. This is not an easy decision, because so many options exist.

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Rained-on hay – nearly everyone has to feed it sometime. How should feeding practices be adjusted, though, to account for any damage caused by the rain?

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Tillage in cover crops, high-speed planting, corn chopping and silage bale-wrapping were among the equipment demonstrations at the Canada Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock, Ontario. Attendance grew to more than 42,000 at this year’s show, and equipment demonstrations were a popular attraction.

Check out this video highlighting tillage equipment, a high-speed planter, corn chopping and a silage bale wrapper.  FG

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Farmer A’s corn crop was nearly beaten to death by wind and hail and lay limp on the ground. Now, how’s he supposed to harvest that? He’ll have to harvest something – the bank note will be due soon.

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Silvopasture management integrates trees with forage-livestock production systems and has great potential to boost farm resource use and income.

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