Should I take an early first cutting of alfalfa slated for corn?

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Should producers consider taking the first cutting off alfalfa fields with above average growth before planting to corn?

For the dairy producer who needs more high-quality alfalfa feed, it’s a quick and easy answer, says Phil Kaatz with Michigan State University Extension. "If they need the feed, go get it, then plan on planting the corn afterwards," he says.

Kaatz shares some important points to consider when making the decision to cut the alfalfa.

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Source: Michigan State University Extension



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