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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of FG0312_WEST
PROGRE S SIVE FORAGE GROWER
Every hay producer needs
At least two sides to every story
Purchasing high-quality seed
In the news
High-quality forages key for increased milk production
Factors to consider when buying high-quality forage seed
Five tips for starting your spring forage program off right
A long-term solution to reducing excessive soil moisture
Status and new developments in seed coatings
Coated alfalfa seed – Is it worth it?
GROUND-BREAKING SOLUTIONS. BIGGER YIELDS.
Producers should consider baleage as a feed option
Principles and practices for successful grazing of alfalfa
Principles and practices for successful grazing of alfalfa, cont’d from page 7
Pasture management in New Zealand
Pasture management in New Zealand, cont’d from page 15
On a farm, there’s no such thing as a few small chores. You need versatile equipment that
Informative forage seminars
Check your irrigation systems while you have the time
U.S. drought monitor
Tales of a Hay Hauler
to the West closed more than open.
FG Calendar of events go to progressiveforage.com for our expanded current events calendar
On the Edge of Common Sense
Forage Transport Trailer