Why Plant and Feed Sorghum?

If you plant forage in hot or dry climates, you should consider sorghum. Here’s why!

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Pile Design and Management for Optimal Feedout

Perfect silage feedout management starts with your pile design. The shape and size of your pile help you to minimize losses at feedout by allowing optimal feedout rate, limiting oxygen penetration in the silage mass and keeping it cool and clean. 

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Cover Crops and Silage Quality

Cover crops can improve silage quality and yields, but the benefits might not be as direct as you think.

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Winter Safety Tips Around the Farm

We all know that there’s never an “offseason” on the farm. Even deep into the heart of winter, there is always work to do: Animals to feed, plans to make, paths to shovel.

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Uncovering All the Benefits of Cover Crops

Cover crops expand your opportunities for success. A little extra work this year can pay off in numerous ways next season!

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Chopping Corn

Prioritize Quality When Chopping Corn Silage

Don’t waste a good growing season by chopping your silage at the wrong time. Maturity at harvest is one of the biggest indicators of a successful crop. Here are some tips on how to know when to harvest your silage for maximum nutrition.

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How Does the Heat Impact Your Pile?

Keeping silage cool when the heat is working against you.

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Alfalfa Field Management Can Make All The Difference

You’ve selected your seed. You’ve decided on the inoculant you’ll use at harvest time. But what happens in between those events can make a huge difference in the success of your alfalfa fields.

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Not All Strains Are Created Equally. Neither are inoculants.

A successful management plan for silage should include the use of a research-proven inoculant. But with so many options available, choosing that inoculant can be a daunting task. How do you know you’re using the right product for the task?

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High Butyric Acid Means Low Nutrient Values

Butyric acid and clostridia go hand-in-hoof. But why are they bad, and how can we prevent them? Read on!

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