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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 first article of this series (Picking apples off the grazing tree: When grazing isn't profitable), we went over extended-season grazing at a conceptual level to help understand that as we push extended-season grazing further into the winter,

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Cori Wittman is the daughter of Dick Wittman, owner of a 20,000-acre dryland crop, range cattle and timber operation in northern Idaho and private business management consultant (Wittman Consulting).

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“More advertising in agriculture should be directed at women. They’re making a lot of the financial decisions on farms.”

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It is very likely that you will not be using your sprayer again until next spring. To avoid potential problems and save yourself from frustration and major headaches in the spring, it would be wise to give your sprayer a little bit of TLC (tender, loving care) this fall.

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In a recent press release, the Soil Health Institute endorsed 19 measures that will be used to assess soil health. Not surprisingly, the measures include fertility and microbial activity.

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Healthy soil is the foundation for all successful agriculture and is made up of an aggregate of four primary components – minerals, organic matter, air and water.

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