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Frost can create prussic acid problems with forage sorghum

There has been an increase in the number of acres of forage sorghum and sorghum-sudangrass planted in Wisconsin this past year due to the long winter, late wet spring, drought last year and some areas of the state having a lot of alfalfa winter kill. FULL STORY »

You’ve got this in the bag

Bagged silage can be a cost-effective storage system and offer flexibility for operations that are expanding or storing differing forage types. FULL STORY »

Ask the Silage Dr.: Silage packing density

A dense silage structure is the first step towards ensuring good fermentation that will minimize nutrient and dry matter (DM) losses. FULL STORY »

Update on corn Shredlage® for dairy cows

Interest in Shredlage® continues to grow. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison recently completed a second controlled feeding experiment at the UW-Madison’s Arlington dairy research farm. This Q & A provides an update on corn Shredlage based on the experiment results. FULL STORY »

Harvesting frost-damaged corn

A late planting season across much of the country means some corn may be finished off prematurely by frost. FULL STORY »

Biotal Forage Inoculants

"Biotal offers a range of forage inoculants proven to help win the battle to preserve feed quality and value. Call ... Read More

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