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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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Robert Utterback, an agricultural economist, addressed a packed room at the National Farm Machinery Show held in Louisville, Kentucky, in February.

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Areas across the continent are beginning to see a new change in traditional hay production. While parts of the country have been utilizing baleage for years, it hasn’t been seen coast-to-coast, so to speak, until recently.

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Most dairy producers figure that since alfalfa and other legumes can capture nitrogen from the air, they shouldn’t apply manure.

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The raking step is sometimes taken for granted in the production of quality hay, but how a rake handles the hay can materially impact raking speed, forage quality and profitability.

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“We have an excellent working relationship with our customer – that’s crucial to our business,” says Brett Braxton, owner of a custom-forage harvest business in south Georgia.

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In a perfect world, wouldn’t it be great to have one machine to handle heavy bucketloads like a wheel loader, stack hay bales taller than a front-end loader, maneuver through tight spaces like a skid-steer loader and tow a trailer at good road speeds up to 25 mph to quickly move from one location to another?

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