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Jim Buchs, John Deere

Start Date

27-2-2010 12:00 AM

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Making ‘Quality Hay’ is anything but simple. Quality hay is nutritious, digestible, palatable, free of contaminates such as toxic weeds, dirt, manure, metal, glass, plastic, mold and rotten material. So concentrate on the things that you can manage, plan ahead and know all your options. What is your goal? Only to make enough hay to cover non-pasture resources, have hay to sell, make only hay to be stored in one type of package. Have round bales for outdoors storage, small bales for in a barn and/or baled silage too

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Feb 27th, 12:00 AM

Simple Practices for Better Hay

Making ‘Quality Hay’ is anything but simple. Quality hay is nutritious, digestible, palatable, free of contaminates such as toxic weeds, dirt, manure, metal, glass, plastic, mold and rotten material. So concentrate on the things that you can manage, plan ahead and know all your options. What is your goal? Only to make enough hay to cover non-pasture resources, have hay to sell, make only hay to be stored in one type of package. Have round bales for outdoors storage, small bales for in a barn and/or baled silage too