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    From Harvest to Feed: Understanding Silage Management






    Feeding adequate quantities of high-quality forages is the basis of profitable milk and livestock production. Forage production, harvest, storage, and feed practices have changed greatly over the past 50 years in Pennsylvania, and silage has become a staple forage. High-level management and sizeable financial outlays are necessary to efficiently produce, harvest, store, and feed silage. The information in the publication should enable you to make more effective decisions about harvesting, managing, and feeding silage.

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