December is an exciting time of year, especially in Germany. Every year, Germans end the year with the help of the advent calendar. As we approach the end of the year, the BONSILAGE team wants to introduce this German tradition with our U.S. family.
Beginning of November, our U.S. Office Manager John travelled to Europe for the first time. The final destination of his trip was our German headquarter. Due to the pandemic, it was the first time for the majority of the German team meeting John in person. What a pleasure!
We say we’re the silage experts. But we wouldn’t dream of keeping that expertise to ourselves. That’s why we recently partnered with the National Association of Farm Broadcasters (NAFB). Here are tips on choosing an effective silage inoculant.
Applying quality silage inoculants can help ensure a successful fermentation process. But how are these helpful silage inoculants developed? Read more about the process here!
The winter is coming and it is time to think about winterizing your equipment. It will increase the service life and operational reliability of the machines during the next season.
What will happen to your field after corn silage? This questions gets answered in the following article about using cover crops after corn silage.
There’s no time like the end of harvest to remind us all that a farmer’s work is never done. Even as we’re enjoying the fruits of our year’s labor, there is planning to be done. Specifically, pile planning. Get some extra informative advices here.
Last week our BONSILAGE team attended the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. But this Expo wasn’t just about seeing impressive cows. Visitors had the opportunity to learn more about our silage inoculant BONSILAGE and speak with our team of silage experts.
The current droughts across the United States have a huge impact on the agriculture. Many areas of the United States continue to fight drought conditions. Moreover, they have an effect on forage availability and quality. Read about managing your silage under such difficult conditions.