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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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It’s not hard to identify something you could be better at; the challenge is implementing the change to be better at it. Emily Fulstone takes that challenge head on.

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Fertilizer bills can be some of the largest bills on the farm. Applying the precise amounts at the right time and in the right way can drastically influence farm profits.

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Almost all forage production can be traced back to one crucial input, one necessary ingredient: rainfall. In the farming and ranching community, the health of our operations is heavily dependent upon this one crucial variable.

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Tough conversations are by definition, well, tough. Our natural tendency is to avoid them because of personal discomfort, concern the conversation won’t go well or fear the situation might get worse.

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Hay growers throughout the south lose significant profits every year because of weed infestations. Summer and winter annual grasses and broadleaf weeds rob nutrients and take up space to reduce the quality and quantity of hay. While they can be difficult to control, Bayer Range and Pasture is here to help.

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If you are reading this, I bet forages are a part of your life. They have been around a long time as well: Genesis 1:11 KJV says, “And God said, let the earth bring forth grass and the herb yielding seed.”

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