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Hamish Campbell 11h
Grass seed in now on with felling some grass
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Rob Ostle Aug 24
Last 7 acre before supper time
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Rob Ostle Aug 24
And where off 2nd cut silage as well as harvest. Busy busy
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Ben Hardy Aug 21
Rob Ingram “Avondale” Emerald making with his crop. 11G22 inoculant being applied to ensile this relatively new use for . Rob is looking at supplying this product to local graziers during the dry period.
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Ecosyl Aug 22
"What are the main benefits of multi-cut grass?" Our scientists answer your questions!
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Paschal Twomey 7h
Another busy weekend over. 😎
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The Silage Doctor Aug 23
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DTN/The Progressive Farmer 10h
Remembering the 5 Cs of corn quality can help as you harvest and store the crop.
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Brian Rushe 13h
back in the tractor and back at grass.
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Ecosyl Aug 23
Chop length can have a big influence on the performance of maize in the diet as well as the stability of the in the . Many factors such as dry matter and percentage of maize as forage in the diet will determine what length you should chop your !
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A Welsh Gremlin. 18h
Elevenses ready for the silagers, not been in yet, on a mission to finish 👍
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OJB Industries Inc. Aug 24
From old dumptruck to , will go to work on monday
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Philip Kennedy 7h
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A Welsh Gremlin. Aug 24
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Andrew Deakin Aug 23
Neighbour getting his grass knocked down today for 3rd cut. Wonder if I can get one of them to swap for my lorry 😂
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Kev's Plot 🌱 Aug 24
Another wet August to add to the list 🌧️ Nice to see 3rd cut grass finally being cut
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DEKALB Canada Aug 24
Interested in learning more about our program? See our plots in St. Liboire, QC at . Three days of viewing pleasure! August 27th to 29th.
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Colin M Connop 7h
Replying to @patrickkehoe700
Awesome! We paddock cart 53 4.5 × 4 rolls on semi with frames 3 wide two on top quick to load though!
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Flibber T. Gibbett.... . ... ... Aug 24
Most cows you see are inebriated.
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FROM OFF Aug 23
I think it probably smells like what it looks like < that has been 'cooking' for 6-8 weeks.
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