silage

InField Updates tool helps growers with corn intended for silage

· August 7, 2018

A new in-app tool called InField Updates has been created to help growers dial in the harvest timeline of corn intended for silage. Released by Wisconsin-based Rock River Laboratory, the tool allows nutritionists, agronomists, and their growers to review timely fresh Dry Matter (DM), Neutral Detergent Fiber (NDF), and Starch statistics geographically, to determine the optimal chopping […]

Kubota’s 5×6 round baler is getting the job done

· November 21, 2017

Kubota’s BV4580 round baler has had a full year under it’s belt — getting tested out in fields from Texas all the way to the Dakotas and up into Canada — and customers are approving. We had the opportunity to chat with Dave Palmer, Senior Product Manager, Kubota Implements recently about the succcess Kubota’s highest […]

Corn smut can still create quality silage

· October 19, 2016

Keep an eye out for corn smut this harvest. Wet conditions across much of the U.S. have created the right environment for the pesky plant disease. “While producers may see a drop in corn yields due to smut contamination, the crop is still valuable and can be successfully ensiled,” said Renato Schmidt, forage products specialist, […]

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