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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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For the November issue, I wrote an article about the Norfolk Four Course: Turnips and clovers in revolution and how it helped increase agricultural production and made possible the first sustained population growth in England.

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Discussions about change happen all the time. How do we plan for it? What should we say about it? How do we lead our team through it? Will it be seen as positive or negative?

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Decision-making in a farm business is a daily occurrence. Some of these decisions can significantly impact the profitability of your farm business.

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The foundation of all ruminant diets is forage. The ruminant digestive system cannot function correctly without forage.

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In the world of farming, efficient, effective and economical have always been valuable traits welcome in just about any setting or application. When it comes to tractors and implements, those traits take on a completely new level of importance and expectations.

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It’s hard for Jason Grady of J&M Baling in New Mexico to put his finger on the exact day the idea came to him. But when the idea came, he knew it would work. That idea, followed by a crude, “pretty ugly” prototype, and a few years of modifications have finally paid off as the Twin Pak double baler is in its final season of beta testing.

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