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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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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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Tracking Hay Quality

New relative feed value (RFV) calculators and tracking systems allow producers to sort bales in the field.

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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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Exporting Forage: Barr-Ag Is In Its “Hay Day”

Barry Schmitt got in early exporting forage to Asia. Now he sees even greater potential in China, and the prospect of creating a business that will last generations.

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Alfalfa: Planted on the Diagonal

An innovative approach to planting alfalfa produces exceptional yields.

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