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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