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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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As a forage producer, you may be wondering what all the hype is about with the new farm bill.

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Farm machinery has continued to get larger, helping farmers to be more efficient and productive. But with larger, heavier equipment has also come the risk of increased soil compaction, which can significantly impact crop growth and yield performance.

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Have you taken time to forecast your forage needs for the coming year? Don’t hesitate; now is the time to put together an inventory of every animal that eats forage on your operation and create a budget of forage needs for the coming year.

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The business climate for the farming sector is transitioning from a period of unprecedented prosperity, particularly for the grain sector, to a much less robust period.

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Do you want more land and equipment so you can be a larger producer? Expanding or intensifying a forage production operation may be a worthy goal, but it is important to know why you want to grow.

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Hay and forage supply is improved over the 2011-2013 time frame, when regional droughts and Upper Midwest winter survival affected forage supplies. With current increased forage supplies, the price of hay has declined somewhat from the highs of the past few years, but not as much as one might expect given the decline in the commodity groups of grain and grain byproducts.

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