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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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This article is the first of a two-part discussion intended to explain the mechanics and organization of privatized forage discussion groups. Watch for part two in a later issue.

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Hiring good employees on the farm is a multi-step process. One of the most important steps in that process is interviewing the candidates for the position available. It is important to take the time to carefully prepare for interviewing these candidates.

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Improving drainage for crop growth dates to antiquity. The Egyptians and Babylonians used extensive ditching and “under-drainage” techniques to remove excess soil water. In an early farm management text, circa 200 B.C., Roman author Cato described basic artificial drainage methods in his De Agri Cultura (“On Farming” or “On Agriculture”).

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Today’s dairy rations increasingly rely on corn silage as the primary forage in diet formulations.

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There is just something about old iron. It probably sounds strange to many people, but our tractors have sort of become part of the family.

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I’ve been reading all about the “new” face of farming, which is usually an article accompanied by pictures of youthful farmers and their families. But I’d like you to meet Don and Willie, another face of farming.

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