This past winter was a tough one. We went into the winter thinking we had plenty of hay, but before it was over several producers ran out or were running close.
In addition, the long cold periods told us through our poor cattle performance that our hay quality was not as good as we wanted or needed. True, we seem to get by pretty well with one of our mild winters, but how are we going to stay on top of things if we continue to have rough winters.
Looking forward, what factors can we control in making higher quality hay?
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