Silage Management

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 »

Ask the Silage Dr: Organic use inoculants

I’m an organic producer and am interested in trying an inoculant on my forages. However, my certifier has warned me that some inoculants may not be suitable for my use. Is there anything I should be looking for in an inoculant to help me determine which I can use? FULL STORY »

New silage production reference manual

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

Webinar covers feed storage design

Here is a recording of the recent Penn State webinar, "Feed Storage & Handling System Design." FULL STORY »

Upcoming webinar focuses on feed storage

The March 26 "Technology Tuesdays" webinar from Penn State Extension will cover design of dairy feed storage and handling systems. FULL STORY »

Plan ahead for silage storage

As spring approaches, the anticipation of forage harvest arrives. Thus, now is the time to evaluate your storage for the upcoming silage season. FULL STORY »

Check grain bins throughout winter

Even in winter months, all stored grain should be checked on a biweekly basis to monitor grain temperature, moisture levels, and possible insect and rodent infestation. FULL STORY »

Podcast delivers silage management advice

Review these key management practices that help maintain the quality of silage during storage and feedout. FULL STORY »

Grain handling and storage tips

A difficult growing season creates challenges in grain quality management and storage. Here is some timely advice. FULL STORY »

Dairy Focus: Protecting hay more important than ever

The U.S. drought of 2012 has left most livestock producers in the Midwest and beyond scrambling for more hay. One of the quickest ways to waste this precious commodity is failing to protect it from moisture. FULL STORY »

Save money by properly sealing your silage

Losses from unsealed or incorrectly sealed corn silage exceed a quarter billion dollars every year. FULL STORY »

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