Harvest Help

Time for a silage processor checkup

Now is the time to check over your forage harvester, and your silage processor in particular. FULL STORY »

Study looks at using herbicides to accelerate forage dry down

Herbicide application increased the drying rate of ryegrass and sorghum without reducing nutritional value, but the researchers do have some cautions. FULL STORY »

Are you ready for first cutting of alfalfa?

The first cutting of alfalfa typically has the highest yield and quality. Now is the time to prepare for a successful first harvest. FULL STORY »

New silage production reference manual

DuPont Pioneer has published a new information-packed resource guide for successfully producing silage. FULL STORY »

Study examines forage mixtures

The recent study looks at performance of legume-grass mixtures for dairy and beef cattle in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. FULL STORY »

Advice on partial corn stover removal

Partial stover removal offers an option for growers dealing with corn residue management challenges. FULL STORY »

Drought increases concern about ear molds in late-harvested corn

The concern about ear mold in late-harvested corn is higher than normal this year following a drought that created conditions ripe for the development of Aspergillus ear rot, an Ohio State University Extension plant pathologist says. FULL STORY »

Fall frost and alfalfa: Risk management in play for growers

The lingering impact of this year’s drought has some producers debating whether to cut their alfalfa before a killing frost to ensure their livestock have sufficient stored forage or to not cut it to ensure the plants have less risk of winter injury, an Ohio State University Extension educator said. FULL STORY »

Fall testing for soybean cyst nematode

Soybean cyst nematode numbers are highest near harvest. Use soil sampling and professional evaluation in the fall to identify field infestation problems and plan accordingly for spring. FULL STORY »

What is shredlage?

Shredlage might be a kind of new term for corn silage but it is not apparently quite new because Penn State University (PSU) conducted research to develop a harvesting method that can increase digestibility of both the fibrous and grain portion of corn silage in early 2000. FULL STORY »

Advice on post-harvest residue management

To ensure uniform stand establishment for highest yields, you must carefully manage corn residue during and following harvest. FULL STORY »

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