Cover Crops by Rick S.
Well, we have made it past the Fourth of July and now we are headed down the home stretch. There is still a lot of work that needs to be done before harvest. We want to remind you that turnips and radishes are a great compliment to corn when cut for silage. Not wishing bad luck on anyone, but if that white combine takes its toll on your corn, a cover crop can be a good fit for you as well. We have had some good feedback from those who have planted cover crop for grazing. The cattle, once they find it, hardly lift their head when they’re grazing. We are offering a mix of 30 pounds of wheat with two pounds each of radish and turnips. You will need to have water available to get them up and going. Give us a call if you want to discuss this opportunity.
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