We’ve figured out when and where to use the right species to achieve a forage goal. Much of this comes from having the opportunity to learn from so many different scenarios that are unique to an operation. We’ll continue to listen and fine tune. And we’re always here to help you to get exactly what you want from your forage projects.
Your double cropping forage system starts here. If you understand where your forage void is, we can begin to narrow the options of a cool-season forage. Whether you need a silage before corn is ready in the spring or high yielding hay for roughage in...
Putting a winter annual in the rotation is one of the easiest ways to get a great cover or provide forage. In the upper Midwest in a corn/soybean rotation, we have a great opportunity to find a fit with these cereals.
Utilizing a warm season forage in a double crop system is a great way to fill on farm forage needs.
Proso millet is a millet commonly used for grain production and also suitable for haying when growing season is limited due to delayed planting.