Early season weed control in corn is vital

Early season weed control is vital to both future yields and profitability, because early weed flushes compete intensely with corn for both nitrogen (N) and water. Dense weeds can also shade soils and make them cooler so that corn grows more slowly. FULL STORY »

Alfalfa silage advice

First-cutting alfalfa soon will be ready for silage. Dr. Limin Kung, silage expert from the University of Delaware, offers advice for making a great product. FULL STORY »

New York trial: Tall fescue silage as good as alfalfa silage

Cornell University research has shown that tall fescue silage used in a well-balanced dairy ration can produce as much milk per cow as alfalfa silage. FULL STORY »

Certify hay as weed free

Are you interested in another market for your hay this year? Maybe you should have it certified as “weed free” FULL STORY »

Ask the Silage Dr: Dry inoculants

“I’ve been using dry inoculants for years since they’re easy-to-use. Recently, my forage came back from the lab with an abnormally high pH. FULL STORY »

MU Extension guide on forage irrigation systems available

University of Missouri Extension has released a guide for farmers thinking about using a forage irrigation system. FULL STORY »

Brush up on haylage history

Reviewing past year’s setbacks can point to adjustments in management, inoculant choice FULL STORY »

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 »

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