The days of cheap forage are gone. Just looking at the nutrient removal costs in a ton of hay will push hay prices to over $70 per ton. By the time machinery costs and labor are calculated, $100 a ton is about the break-even price of producing hay. This has several management implications.
by Will Yliniemi, University of Minnesota Extension Service
, April 26, 2008
Hay prices are high, and demand for good quality forage is increasing. Producers in central Minnesota will have an opportunity to participate in a forage seminar entitled: “Practical solutions for today’s challenges and vision for tomorrow’s opportunities.”
By WILL YLINIEMI, Becker/Hubbard Extension
, January 27, 2008
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