“I have some questions about no-tilling Haywire Forage Oats into a weak alfalfa (30%) and orchardgrass (60%) stand.
Will the oats grow fast enough to stay ahead of the hay crop?
Will the oats mature when the hay is ready?
When is the proper time to top dress with nitrogen?”
Teff Grass is a versatile summer annual crop that can be fed to multiple species. It thrives in hot weather and produces high quality forage. If you're running low on forage, Teff Grass may be an option to help you fill the barn. Read More
A nurse crop can be a blessing or a curse when it comes to seeding forages. Read More
Here's a timely reminder from the University of Wisconsin on the dangers of prussic acid poisoning when feeding sorghum, sorghum sudangrass, or sudangrass after a frost. Read More
We received the following email from one of our retailers:
I have a customer that isn’t able to plant in some wet spots…. Hoping that it dries out in the next week- what would you recommend for a forage grass, one year, for cattle hay???? Let me know what the inventory looks like for your recommendation and the costs…