October 29, 2019 10:24 am
For most producers, harvesting corn silage is either checked off the “to-do” list or it is nearly complete. However, water-logged fields, shorter growing degree days and an early frost made the 2019 corn silage harvest season one of the most challenging years on record.
Despite what proved to be wearisome season, farmers are back in the fields once again planting cover crops to help protect their soil from the unknown weather elements the 2020 planting season will likely have in store. Read more.