Profitable forage production depends on high yields. Land, machinery, and most other operating costs stay the same whether harvesting 3 tons per acre or 6 tons per acre. Top yields in the northern United States have approached 10 tons per acre while average yields are around 3 tons per acre. This booklet describes what it takes to move from a 3-ton yield to 6 or 9 tons per acre.
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