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Jan 09, 2019 by Farm Journal Content Services
Mastering corn silage harvest is an ongoing challenge. Many things must go right – the weather, plant development and harvest timing. Learning the details of silage making can be the difference in a quality crop.
Jan 04, 2019 by Farm Journal Content Services
Want a peek into the 2019 silage season? Have a look at the weather forecast going into spring, current supply availability and corn silage price expectations for the season.
Nov 29, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
It’s time to start planning for the next silage season. Daren Redfearn challenges producers to take a fresh look at all their forage options this year.
Oct 26, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Not only tracking corn silage losses but also taking action to further reduce them is important to this Nebraska feedyard. Learn how one producer is minimizing silage shrink and how he uses silage in the ration.
Oct 08, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Dairy Herd Management stopped by the Calf-Tel booth at World Dairy Expo. Director of Sales, Brandon Sowder, shared new products and more information on the company’s online store.
Oct 05, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Dairy Herd Management spoke with VAS Vice President of Product Management, Mark Doornink, at World Dairy Expo.
Sep 05, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Timing is everything when it comes to silage harvest, so monitoring plant dry matter becomes critical. Learn how to best hit the sweet spot for your harvest and reduce shrink during the season.
Aug 31, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Wisconsin cropping manager Dave LaCrosse at Pagel’s Ponderosa shares tips for growing and harvesting haylage and corn silage, along with challenges he faces every year. Learn a few tricks to making the perfect silage pile.
Aug 10, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Ever pull back the plastic and know immediately just by the smell that greets you that something has gone terribly wrong with your silage fermentation? We’ll examine what that smell means and what may have happened.