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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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Southeastern Hay Contest Winner: First-Place Forage

Georgia producer grows “off-the-charts” alfalfa.

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Miscanthus Makes Profit On Marginal Acreage

This Missouri company harvests miscanthus for the pet food industry.

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Browse the Summer 2018 Issue of BALE

Look inside the Summer 2018 issue of BALE magazine! If you’re interested in receiving BALE magazine, see your AGCO equipment dealer in the United States and Canada.

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Pieter Vanderlaan stands in front of his Sunflower 9435 grain drill.

Due Diligence

Nothing less than careful attention to site prep, soil fertility and seed selection works for establishing alfalfa.

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Lee Gilmore and his Mother look out over their fields.

Trial, Error, Win

This Tennessee farmer takes top honors at the Southeastern Hay Contest.

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Alfalfa Rotation Explained

After five years, alfalfa yields generally decline. So, most farmers take that field out of the crop for a year or more before replanting.

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