Ensiling lets livestock producers offer nutrient-rich forage in rations year-round. Knowing what happens after the silo is ensiled can help avoid pitfalls that reduce the quantity or quality of forage.
In Episode 5 of Silage Talk, the Dairy Herd Management team talks silage with Tony Hall, who works in Dairy Technical Services with Lallemand Animal Nutrition North America. The discussion covers mycotoxins and what we
In Episode 11 of Silage Talk, the Dairy Herd Management team talks with Tony Hall who works in Dairy Technical Services with Lallemand Animal Nutrition about feeding challenges with corn silage and high moisture corn.
The “extra” step of covering and sealing freshly chopped forage can save producers money, nutrients and dry matter (DM) and improves the hygienic quality of the feed, so less digestive upsets and health issues. When
One of the issues that have increasingly concerned producers in recent years has been how to cost-effectively supply their cows with adequate amounts of effective fiber. Mechanically disrupted corn silage, such as Shred
If your forage crop is at risk for elevated nitrate levels, it is recommended that you send a sample to a commercial lab for analysis. Read more about the common risk factors and adjustments to make if there is an issue.