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Corn Silage Management

 

Timing is Key to Salvaging Grain Corn for Silage

Monitor corn silage to determine the optimal moisture level for harvest. Then you can plan which fields to harvest first to achieve more high-quality silage from your crop.

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Hitting the Harvest Window Raises Corn Silage Value

Growers who carefully monitor field conditions and track drydown can put themselves in position to hit the sweet spot in the harvest window and make a positive impact on their corn silage nutritional value.

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Chop Length and Kernel Processing Raise Corn Silage Value

Chop length and kernel processing are essential elements for corn silage digestibility. When planning harvest, growers can take several key steps to help ensure a better-quality, well-processed silage.

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Harvest Moisture, Maturity Affect Silage Quality

Silage harvest moisture and maturity can have a huge impact on silage nutritive value. They affect yield and quality out of the field as well as losses during fermentation.

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Deciding on High Chopped or Traditional Corn Silage for Forage Inventory Needs

Knowing the nutritional and digestibility value of forages in storage prior to harvest can help determine if high chopping corn silage is a good option for the upcoming feeding season.

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