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Hay & Forage

The Massey Fergsuon 5711: Perfect Prize for an Award-Winning Livestock Operation

It didn’t take Farmer of the Year Michael McDowell long to be impressed with the ideal utility tractor for his operation.

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The Best Tips for Restoring A Pasture

You need the right process—and the right equipment—to get your pastures in shape, especially if they’re new or neglected. Here’s how to do it.

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The Top 6 Questions About Growing Hay, Answered

Experts offer their advice on how to make the best haying decisions for your farm and finances.

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Match Your Livestock’s Needs with the Right Baler

Download or share this chart to help pick the right round baler based on the hay intake needs of your animals.

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Bales, Bovine and Barn Ball

In the heart of basketball country, this family farm builds a direct-to-consumer business based on premium product and Hoosier spirit.

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When Is the Best Time of Day to Cut Hay?

It’s the eternal debate: Does cutting alfalfa and grass later in the day actually improve hay quality? The answer is both yes and no.

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Above: An older stand of alfalfa begins to thin and is in need of being rotated out.

How Growers Can Produce Forage Full Time Without Row Crops

When alfalfa begins to thin and rotating to corn or beans isn’t an option, add grass to the mix.

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