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What kind of gold do you think is at the end of this rainbow?
Jen Hardy submitted this photo taken recently of an alfalfa field near Newton, Utah.
The following came in response to the article 'Drying forage for hay and haylage' which appeared in the May 2011 edition. Click here to read the original article.
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Q. Dear Dr. Undersander,I am a forage grower and cattle rancher in western South Dakota who enjoys reading your articles in Progressive Forage Grower magazine.
Q: Dear Mr. Lemus,I appreciated the information on native grasses in the March 2013 issue of Progressive Forage Grower. It was equally valuable to see the article on inoculating forage legumes.
How do you take a 3x3x8 square bale and convert it to two-string bales?
According to Roger Littlefield of Highland, Utah, you askinventor Sam Esh, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to demonstrate his Bale Destroyer, which does exactly that.
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I'd like to respond to the article in the August 15th Progressive Forage Grower.
I've seen hay crop grown for 60+ years and have been involved with hay and haylage production for all 60+.
We had the same weather and pestilence you described.
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