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Jun 06, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Are you planting your alfalfa at the correct time of year? Plan now to seed alfalfa, clover and other grasses in August to allow the plant to develop a root system capable of surviving winter.
May 03, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Worried the first-cut alfalfa tonnage just won’t be enough? There are times when planting corn for silage right after the first cut is harvested can save the day. Learn if it’s the right option for you.
Apr 26, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Silage expert Limin Kung Jr explains the three types of inoculants and how to pick the right one. He also shares important tips to manage the mixing and application process because it’s true the devil is in the details
Apr 03, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
About half of your total yield comes from the first cut of alfalfa. We’ve got tips on when to cut, what to watch for in the plant, and what more and more producers are doing to get their forage out of the field quicker
Mar 16, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Spring is in the air, but what does that mean for beef and dairy nutrition? Our dairy expert says increasing silage could help improve your bottom line.
Mar 07, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
Extension Forage Agronomist Dan Undersander shares what helped your crop, what hurt your crop and what to watch for this spring
Mar 01, 2018 by Farm Journal Content Services
The University of Wisconsin Extension team outlines tips to follow regarding corn moisture level in a short video that is first in a three-part series.
Dec 14, 2017 by Farm Journal Content Services
Winter is bearing down. How does that impact your feeding strategies? Our dairy and beef experts weigh in on what needs to change – if anything – during the chilly winter months.
Dec 04, 2017 by Farm Journal Content Services
Don’t miss silage specialist Brian Holmes, Ph.D.’s tips and techniques on minimizing dry matter loss at feed-out, sizing for storage, scraping options and silage safety.