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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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Haymaking conditions this spring were very poor in some areas. Much hay has been rained on or left lying in the field for prolonged time periods due to cool and humid conditions, which reduced drying rates.

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Johne’s disease is a persistent and debilitating bacterial disease that affects the intestines of ruminant animals.

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“The forage production for this year ran very well.

The flooding we faced last year has been overshadowed with a great season.

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Farmers could soon be on a roll when it comes to preparing their fields for planting.

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Harvesting hay is the process of mowing a forage grass or legume, allowing it to air-dry thoroughly, then baling it into a round or rectangular package.

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Q: What does the forage industry represent in Wyoming?
KEITH: Hay production is the number one agronomic crop produced in the state. In dollars generated, it is second only to the beef industry and a lot of the hay our growers produce goes directly into that part of our economy, so it really plays a leading role in the top two ag industries in Wyoming.

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