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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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Spring is the universal planting season. Excluding crops purposefully grown during the cold season, most crops are planted in the spring, from corn and soybeans to the vegetable garden.

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The slip clutch is probably the most cursed component on a piece of equipment, and every operator has encountered it at some point.

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As growers become progressively more in tune with soil test results and new mapping technologies, they are seeking ever more information from their partners in agronomy – because spending money on the front end can often lead to saving money or getting better harvests, or both.

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Corn silage acres, left with limited crop residue and typically receiving a manure application after harvest, are ideal fields for cover crops.

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We tend to minimize when writing for a broad audience that our continent is actually made up of climate zones, and within those are micro-climates, and within those are native plants that have adapted to the environment and continue to adapt to environmental change.

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Many people envision their farm becoming a chemical-free or reduced chemical no-till system but can’t quite figure out what that looks like, including weed suppression, controlling the previous crop and getting all the inputs in the field.

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