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Learn about how to calculate hay share agreements and how much the land owner and the tenant each contribute to the production costs of hay.
Discover the production of forage crops in Saskatchewan and which is best for you and your land.
Find information on how to price alfalfa hay depending on the desired harvest quality, a second cut, and the weather.
Learn about this type of forage as a warm season species, and how you can benefit from growing the Golden German Millet.
Find information on the effectiveness of preservatives in hay crops.
Find information on the varieties, production and sustainability of this forage crop.
Learn what types of silage are available for production and the storage techniques for each.
The effectiveness of forage stand termination is dependent on the termination method, timing, stand composition, and environmental conditions.
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