Harvest Help

Aflatoxin and mycotoxin concern in high-moisture forage

As high-moisture corn is harvested, there is an increased need for testing for toxins. Check out the advice in this short video. FULL STORY »

See latest yield results

The variability in weather experienced throughout the growing season will impact yields this fall. A snapshot of harvest yields in your area and across the country is at your fingertips. FULL STORY »

Reduce the risk of a combine fire

Farmers are reporting an increase in combine fires this harvesting season. No doubt, the extended dry weather has increased the fire danger on combines, but there are several other factors that can cause fires. FULL STORY »

Watching for aflatoxin as drought continues

The season-long drought and extreme heat have created conditions prime for Aspergillus ear rot to develop in corn, so growers should scout their fields and inspect their grain, a Purdue Extension plant pathologist says. FULL STORY »

Improving silage piles also protects the environment

By implementing basic management practices, silage leachate and contaminated runoff can be minimized, while feed preservation and quality are maximized. FULL STORY »

Fall management tips for drought-stressed hay fields

We can’t control Mother Nature, but we can manage drought-stressed hay fields and pastures to minimize further damage in the coming years. FULL STORY »

Podcast offers advice on aflatoxins

Be on the lookout. This year's drought conditions can lead to the growth of molds that produce aflatoxins. FULL STORY »

Know when to harvest 2012 corn silage

The 2012 growing season has been anything but typical. Despite variable crop conditions, corn silage should still be harvested at appropriate moisture levels. FULL STORY »

Should I remove corn stover this fall?

If you are looking for additional forage, corn stover may be an abundant, potential source. However, determining how much stover can be removed is contingent upon a number of factors. FULL STORY »

Protect yourself from dust and mold

Conditions are ideal for mold growth and dust. Here is some advice for protecting yourself from respiratory problems during harvest. FULL STORY »

2012 corn silage harvest: Are you ready?

Chopping corn at the right moisture level is the most important management factor for making high-quality silage. FULL STORY »

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