By : Brady Campbell, Program Coordinator, OSU Sheep Team
Baleage may be the solution to making quality first cutting hay!
It almost seems like a broken record. We have continually talked about the excessive amount of poor quality hay made… Continue reading
Source : Nathan Drewitz, Extension educator in agriculture production systems in Benton County, University of Minnesota Extension
Forage losses at harvest, storage and feeding can be as much as 20%. This is of course a huge inefficiency for producers… Continue reading
Recent regulations may change how some U.S. producers weigh down their silage covers. Yet, the benefits to properly covering silage bunkers or piles continue to provide returns.
“The additional time and expense to comply with new waste tire regulations may… Continue reading
By : Brad Schick, Nebraska Extension Educator
Often times the terms baleage and haylage are used interchangeable in conversation due to the state or country… Continue reading
By : Mr. Jason Hartschuh, Extension Educator for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Crawford County, The Ohio State University Extension
Spring 2019 has been challenging to say the least. Hay fields have disappeared due to winter kill and small grains… Continue reading