The effects of flooding can last throughout silage feedout. Crops damaged by any weather event are more prone to mold infestation and subsequent toxin production. Learn how to help minimize spoilage in the silage.
Knee-high by the fourth of July? While some Midwest corn was recently planted, the Southeast experienced very dry conditions. University experts share expectations and concerns for this year’s silage season.
Can I use forage inoculant leftover from last season? It depends on the product’s storage conditions and shelf life. It’s important to treat these products carefully to keep them stable and, thus, alive.
The smell of normal, fresh silage should be minimal, but what if something goes awry and it’s not so minimal? Learn more about the fermentation process and how to assess quality using sight, smell and feel.