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Hay fields left over the winter
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Hi there,I have some orchard grass pastures that were left over the winter from the last growing season. Now they are all under about 4 feet of snow.Is it worth while to cut and bale the hay in the…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Harry Stam Mar 3, 2016.

 

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Harry Stam replied to Greg Castonguay's discussion Hay fields left over the winter
"Greg, The question you asked cannot be answered correctly without more information. What exactly do you want with these pastures? Do you want to keep them as pastures? Orchard grass can be fertilized in the spring to increase volumes or you can…"
Mar 3, 2016
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Hay fields left over the winter

Hi there,I have some orchard grass pastures that were left over the winter from the last growing season. Now they are all under about 4 feet of snow.Is it worth while to cut and bale the hay in the spring, or simply roll it and over-seed with some cover crops to give it a new life? Fields have not been used for grazing for a few years.ThanksSee More
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