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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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In the Midwestern states there are many small pockets of native prairie grasses.

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We haven’t paid much attention to ash until recently when we have begun using the summative equation to estimate energy of forage.

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As dairy businesses become larger, more specialized and management-intensive, producers are focusing more on production from forages, requiring larger quantities of high-quality forages.

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Profitable businesses generally have an “edge” of some sort over the competition.Some tend to focus on low cost. Other businesses are known for marketing exceptionally high-quality products that keep people coming back even if they cost a little more.

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“My friend, this machine will pay for itself,” was the pitch from the salesman.

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Hay crops in many ways are a unique crop to market.

The demand for hay in the winter is very closely tied to the past summer’s production and supporting weather. This alone does not make it much different than most grain crops and their markets. But it is here that the similarities end.

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