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  1. 100% Early Harvest Is Essential In Making Dairy-quality Grass Hay
    Date: April 29, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "The use of perennial grasses for high-quality dairy feed throughout much of Pennsylvania is common. Unfortunately, the quality of the harvested forage is less than dairy-quality. The key factor in harvesting dairy-quality forage is harvest management."

  2. 100% Check Moisture Before Baling Hay
    Date: May 13, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Baling hay at the optimum moisture content can be a tricky business, which often involves some guesswork and cooperation from the weather. Baling at moisture levels above the optimum will cause heating and spoilage of the hay."

  3. 100% A Quick Look At Hay Preservatives
    Date: May 31, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Generally, hay with a moisture content of 20% or less will not spoil during storage. Large round bales should contain hay that is slightly drier (approximately 18%). Unfortunately, field curing hay down to 20% moisture or lower is often difficult without having it rained on once or twice. Hay preservatives may allow baling and storage of hay with moisture levels between 20 and 25%."

  4. 100% Apd Hay Show
    Date: July 08, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Do you know a hay grower that produces good hay? Then get them to enter a slice of their hay in the APD Hay Show."

  5. 100% Making Hay Out Of History
    Date: November 20, 2005
    Source: Pittsburgh Live

    "Pennsylvania wants to make hay out of its historic barns."

  6. 100% Grubs In Pastures And Hay Fields
    Date: April 10, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Grubs are continuing to affect grass hay. Here is a discussion of the management of grubs by Kathy Flanders an Alabama Entomologist.? While their mild environment is different they deal with these issue more than we do in the North."

  7. 100% What To Do With Wet Hay?
    Date: May 17, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "With the rains Pennsylvania began getting last week, there was some hay put up a little on the wet side without preservatives. Combine that with high humidity weather for the past week and you’ve got a situation that can lead to a couple of different problems."

  8. 100% Hay In A Day, Or “haylage" In A Day
    Date: May 17, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "For the past few years Tom Kilcer, a fellow County Agent from New York, has been investigating management of swath width of forage crops to maximize the harvest of the highest quality forages. Tom points out that profitability in the dairy industry hinges on the quantity and the quality of forages fed."

  9. 100% Hay In A Day, Or “haylage" In A Day
    Date: May 17, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "For the past few years Tom Kilcer, a fellow County Agent from New York, has been investigating management of swath width of forage crops to maximize the harvest of the highest quality forages. Tom points out that profitability in the dairy industry hinges on the quantity and the quality of forages fed."

  10. 100% Local Hay Crop Running Low
    Date: December 29, 2007
    Source: Wheeling News-Register

    "MOUNDSVILLE — Merle Chaplin believes he is one of the fortunate ones. He said other Marshall County farmers are selling off their livestock because they can’t afford to feed the animals. But Chaplin had a friend who was able to supply him with hay for the winter at a reasonable cost."

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