Addressing first cutting haylage challenges

Though all forages have their own ensiling challenges, haylage is unique in that it is harvested more than once and each cutting has slightly different conditions to evaluate. FULL STORY »

More uses for corn forage: Grazing, baling, silage

NDSU’s Dickinson Research Center told producers unharvested forage corn can now be used for grazing livestock late last year, but that’s not where its uses stop. FULL STORY »

Ask before seeding a new forage stand

In order to reap the benefits of what you sow, there are a few questions you should ask in regards to seeding a new forage. Identifying weed issues prior to planting is vital as is knowing the soil conditions and your timeline for your forage stand. FULL STORY »

Ask the Silage Dr: Tobacco smells

“My silage smells like tobacco, which I’ve never had in silage before. Does this mean anything and do I need to be concerned?” FULL STORY »

Ask the Silage Dr: Cold Weather and Heating Silage

It has been an awfully cold winter. Do I still have to be concerned with heating later this year or did the extreme cold eliminate this issue? FULL STORY »

Choosing the right inoculant

Numerous inoculants exist in the marketplace today, each claiming to have various benefits. How do you know which type is right for your operation? FULL STORY »

Are cover crops in your forage supply?

The topic of cover crops has been getting lots of discussion. Cover crops are not new but we are certainly looking more at their benefits in recent years. FULL STORY »

Make a down payment on this growing season with frost seeding

Growers can broadcast legume and brassica seeds in late winter to produce inexpensive cover, forage and fertility for years to come. FULL STORY »

Tight forage supplies? Cropping options in 2014

The year 2013 proved to be a challenging growing season with a cold, wet spring that lasted well into May. FULL STORY »

Shrinking your forage shrink: Part 2

It’s estimated that U.S. farms lose an average of 20 percent of their forages to shrink. It’s a big deal, so what can you do about it? FULL STORY »

Shrinking your forage shrink: Part 1

It’s estimated that U.S. farms lose an average of 20 percent of their forages to shrink. FULL STORY »

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