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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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The University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point has one of the best colleges of natural resources in the world. I know that because I earned my degree in soil science there.

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Maybe your book-keeping strategies are top-notch, and you have it all together – or maybe recordkeeping isn’t the favorite part of your lifestyle.

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As you begin to think about seed selection for the next growing season, it’s essential to consider not only an optimal variety for your area but also legal protections limiting your use of saved seeds.

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Spring is around the corner, and with not much time left to plant, you have to start thinking about what crop to spring plant.  Why not try Moxie teff grass enhanced with Yellow Jacket® seed coating?

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In the same way that stores take inventory to assess their performance, plan for the future and detect any unaccounted-for loss of product, on-farm forage inventories can reap similar benefits for farms. During his webinar, “Tools for Helping to Determine On-Farm Forage Inventories,” presented by the University of Wisconsin – Madison Extension as part of their Growing & Feeding Alternative Forages webinar series in April, Kevin Jarek shared helpful tips on how to assess forage inventories and how they can be useful.

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Taking advantage of planning opportunities now will set your forage/grazing operation up for success come spring. Here is a list of things you can do now that will help ensure a successful growing and grazing season.

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