As Autumn approaches, a University of Illinois Extension dairy specialist has outlined three scenarios for the harvesting of forage.
"We have plenty of late-planted corn and soybeans which could be nipped by an early frost," said Mike Hutjens. "It is important that dairy producers understand the alternatives and strategies should this occur."
The first scenario involves late-corn silage. The main differences will be yield (tons of dry matter per acre) and starch content.
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