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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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Going the Distance: Growing Alfalfa to Export

When customers pay to have alfalfa shipped more than 5,000 miles, they expect to receive maximum feed value.

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Balancing Hay Quality and Quantity

Because they grow most of their own forages, this Washington state dairy owner strives for a balance between tons and nutrition.

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Time For Timothy

Foreign and domestic demand continues to grow for this highly valued hay.

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Reduced Lignin Alfalfa

New varieties offer increased forage efficiency.

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Browse the Summer 2017 Issue of BALE

Look inside the Summer 2017 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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The Big Tradeoff: Walking the Line of Hay Quality and Yield

Many factors influence the quality of your hay. Chief among them is how to strike the right balance between forage quality and yield.

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