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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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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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Twenty years ago, John Russell saw an Amish gentleman pulling a fluffer through a hayfield with a team of horses in central Ohio.

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Activity at Evergreen Farms along Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania, is nonstop.

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Salinity is a primary issue impacting forage production in North Dakota. Over the past 30 years, saline soil conditions have become more visible around prairie potholes, along road ditches, at the base of hill slopes and in areas where the water table is relatively close to the surface.

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Soil is the foundation upon which all agricultural operations are built. Whether it’s a crop traditionally harvested in the fall or a livestock operation that relies on forages for cattle, everything starts in the soil.

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