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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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Q. How is the 2008 production season going for your operation?
“This is the first year we have ever had to replant our bottom areas three times.

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Why rake? Before baling hay, raking is necessary for two reasons:

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Pierce, Nebraska alfalfa producer, Bernie Wrede, has been cultivating western alfalfa and serving as a supplier for dairy farms in the eastern and southern United States for 18 years.

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Large round balers are one of the most economical hay production systems because of low labor requirements.

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Some caution is needed to prevent damage to established alfalfa fields from summer manure applications. The potential to damage alfalfa crowns, injure plant tissue due to salt toxicity, overapply nutrients or even transmit disease should be considered.

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It started in college nearly 40 years ago. Amy met Gary and the two became partners, not only as husband and wife, but as a team that has seen thousands of tons of hay produced, marketed and sold out of the Missouri River bottoms of South Dakota.

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