Silage Management

Manage feed inventories for maximum profitability

Feed costs are the single largest expense on most dairy farms, comprising between 40 and 60 percent of the total cost of producing milk. It is thus important to closely manage on farm inventories of feeds in order to maximize the profitability of the farming enterprise, says Mike McFadden Michigan State University extension dairy educator. FULL STORY »

What can you do with used plastic?

Use these hints to help safely recycle materials from silo bags and other forage coverings. FULL STORY »

Analyze hay storage cost

New tool helps you compare the cost of different hay storage options. FULL STORY »

Inoculant benefits

Growers cite inoculant benefits — advantages of 11CFT inoculant are apparent in their operations. FULL STORY »

Bunker set up and management

Bunker management can have a serious impact on the nutritional value of silage. Most management revolves around keeping oxygen out of the forage mass. Paul Porter, Pioneer dairy specialist, looks at some keys to bunker management. FULL STORY »

Why use inoculants

The most important thing a quality inoculant can do is maintain or retain more of the forage that is put in a bunker. Paul Porter, Pioneer Hi-Bred dairy specialist, says that improvement in dry matter recovery can add up to some substantial dollars. FULL STORY »

Pioneer Hi-Bred announces new inoculant platform

Grass fiber technology, inoculant 11GFT, offers producers higher forage performance. FULL STORY »

Inoculants for all occasions

Pioneer offers a range of crop-specific inoculants to meet individual customer needs. FULL STORY »

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