Low forage supply prompts summer seeding of forage

FieldCropNews
Monday, 20 August 2018 | Ontario
By FieldCropNews
Forage inventories are in low supply for many livestock producers, but harvested cereal fields can be used to produce more forage this fall, according to OMAFRA's latest crop report. 

Seeding a spring cereal like oats can produce up to two ton per acre of dry matter of forage following winter wheat. The latest crop report looks into summer seeding of forage stands for next year, seeding date and seedbed preparation for forages, as well as red clover as a substitute forage. | READ MORE 

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