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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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Livestock diets are developed to provide what is believed to be the appropriate balance of nutrients to produce a specific outcome in animal performance. Nutrient content of feedstuffs is matched to the dietary needs of the animal to create each ration.

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Curious to see if there was any correlation between seed equipment and seed purchases, I recently posted this question on an online ag forum:

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In another set of questions, producers were asked about decision-making processes.

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It’s the time of year when hay equipment is parked in machinery sheds across most of the country and owners are planning for the upcoming season. For the newer equipment that is still under a manufacturer’s warranty, it’s an excellent time to evaluate mechanical problems.

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Most people are familiar with the four rations on the farm – the one formulated by the nutritionist, the one mixed, the one delivered to the bunk and the one the cows ate. But did you also know that same type of variation lurks within your forages?

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With the turn of the new year, most dairy and beef producers are feeding last fall’s harvest of high-moisture corn, corn silage and other cereal grains. But let’s think back to when these high-starch forages and grains were planted and harvested to understand if you really captured every bushel of corn in your corn silage or high-moisture corn.

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