Prevent mycotoxin growth before it even starts #silage #forage #ag
How can I prevent mycotoxin production?
Are you attending the Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show this year in Nashville? Stop by booth #813 February 1 -3 to learn more about good silage management and silage safety!
Review your 2016 #silage to plan ahead for 2017! #QualitySilage
Silage is one of the key foundations for ensuring profitability, and the time to plan for next year’s silage success is now. One of the best ways to create more, and higher quality, feedstuffs is to do a critical review of this year’s silage. ... See more
Make 2017 a great year for your operation! Check out www.qualitysilage.com for management and safety tips or message me! #QualitySilage #AskTheSilageDoctor
The holidays are even better when you have a happy silage face! Happy Holidays from the Silage Doctor! #QualitySilage
It's important to make time for silage safety on your operation! Check out this Basics of Silage Safety video for some key tips on staying safe in 2017
The goal of the Basics of Silage Safety video is to make producers aware of the ever-present dangers when working around silage storage structures, and re-en...
Now that #harvest16 is over, make sure #silage feedout retains valuable nutrients and dry matter #ag
Now that corn harvest is complete, producers hopefully can look forward to having quality silage that is stable and well protected. The next steps are to monitor and maintain the integrity of the plastic covering (or bag silos, or bale wrap) and manage feedout to prevent heating and spoilage. "Aerob... ... See more
As cold weather starts to hit it's still important to remember good silage management and feedout practices! #QualitySilage #Wisconsin
If silage “steams” during feedout in the winter, is it heating? Check out this piece to find out more! #forage #ag
As producers feed out silage in the winter, some may notice steam rising from their pile, bunker or silo. Don’t get worried just yet! This isn’t always an indication of aerobic instability in the silage. ... See more
Do you cover your #silage? Sealing and covering a 40 foot by 100 foot bunker returns approximately $2,000 - $4,000 in improved silage DM recovery when filled with corn or alfalfa silage, respectively.
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