Archive for the ‘Ask the Silage Doctor’ Category

Feed Facts: Purchasing Corn Silage Hybrids

March 28, 2014 — This week’s Feed Facts radio segment focuses on purchasing your corn silage hybrids for the year. Dr. Mike Hutjens, extension dairy specialist at the University of SilageIllinois, reports that it’s an important first step for dairy producers because it locks in the quality and some of the quantity forages in the next growing season.

 

Silage Hasn’t Changed Much in 4,000 Years

March 27, 2014 — The basics of silage hasn’t changed much through the years, according to the “Silage Man” – Dr. Keith Bolson. The key is to control and manage four key phases. He SILOSTOP logo_colour_rgbexplains in this month’s “Silage Solutions” radio segment.

 

Single Digit Shrink Loss is Achievable

February 27, 2014 — Many dairy producers are able to get their shrink loss down to single digits. That’s according to the “Silage Man,” Keith Bolson, who explains in this month’s SiloStop podcast:

 

 

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(9/3/13)  Dr. Bob Charley gives a detailed description of “shredlage” and how and why it’s used in this Ask the Silage Doctor podcast

Benefits of Harvesting High Moisture Corn

August 27, 2013 — this week’s “Ask the Silage Doctor” segment, Bob Charley from Lallemand Animal Nutrition discusses the benefits of harvesting High Moisture Corn.

 

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(8/20/13)  ”The key to profitable dairying is feeding forages” says Dr. Bob Charley from Lallemand Animal Nutrition.  It’s this weeks Ask the Silage Doctor podcast.

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(8/13/13)  Dr. Bob Charley discusses organic inoculants with Dairyline’s Bill Baker.

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(8/6/13)  Where to store feed when expanding your operation.  Doctor Bob Charley from Lallemand Animal Nutrition talked with Dairyline’s Bill Baker.

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(7/30/13)  There are many phases in the silage process, each critical to the outcome.  Dr. Bob Charley from Lallemand Animal Nutrition breaks them down.

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(7/23/13)  How can a dairy maintain profitability with high input costs?  Dr. Bob Charley discusses in this “Ask the Silage Doctor” podcast.

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