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Two Generations of Experience

This father/son team offers several baling tips that can improve hay quality and avoid surprises hiding in the windrow.

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This Alfalfa Hay Quality Is Off The Charts

This Texas hay producer is setting new regional records for alfalfa quality and feed value.

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Reducing Compaction in Alfalfa Fields

Research has shown that wheel traffic can impact alfalfa yield by as much as 25 to 30%.

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Will Wheeler plants alfalfa in a cross-hatch pattern.

Alfalfa: Irrigation, Harvest Scheduling and Rotation Timing

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a novice hay producer, questions about alfalfa production are bound to come up. With the help of the Alfalfa Management Guide and a variety of other sources, we address three topics here: irrigation, harvest scheduling and rotation timing.

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Small Hay Operations Have Big Needs

More small-acreage farmers are cutting and baling themselves. Two farmers explain how they not only save money, but also how they produce a better-quality product.

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High-Country Hay

In the alpine elevations of southern Colorado, the climate can be harsh, the scenery spectacular and the good life within reach for those willing to work for it.

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Baling Tips for Quality Hay

No matter their size and shape, making high-quality bales that preserve hay quality boils down to following a few guidelines.

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Making Hay … Quality Hay, That Is

Producers share their best practices.

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Small Acreage, Quality Hay

No matter what size tractor you operate or how challenging your terrain, one of the new Massey Ferguson® Farmer DM Series mowers can handle the job.

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One Bale At A Time

Even though he cranks out 200,000-plus bales of hay a year, this custom bundler says quality is still paramount.

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