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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Silage and hay are the most common forms of storage for forages. Silages are usually preferred by livestock to hay.READ MORE
Nitrate in plants are usually converted to proteins, amino acids and other compounds. However some stresses to the plant can cause toxic levels of nitrates.READ MORE
Taking precautions when grazing sorghums and sudangrass will provide safety against hydrocyanic acid or prussic acid poisoning or nitrate toxicity.READ MORE