When Making Corn Silage, It’s All About the Details
By Helen Margaret Griffiths, New York Correspondent
WHITNEY POINT, N.Y. — “Corn is a lot drier than would have been expected. We’re seeing from 61-79 percent moisture right now. That’s according to Janice Degni, an Extension educator with Cornell’s South Central New York Dairy and Field Crops Team, who appeared at a corn silage workshop earlier this month at Whittaker’s Farm.
On-farm feeding trials show benefit of essential fatty acids
A dairy producer in western New York State wondered how he could improve the immune function in his early-lactation cows.
Microwave Dairy Farm Forages For More Milk
Linda Greenwood, a Canton, N.Y., dairy farmer and writer came across a great, simple idea. In fact, it boosted milk production on Greenwood Dairy by 3 pounds per day per cow.