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Ice sheeting can have a lethal effect on forage crop stands. Typically, ice sheeting occurs on poorly drained areas of a field where water congregates, but it can occur over an entire field. Ice sheets form following freezing of standing water resulting from melting of snow or from rainfall in winter and spring followed by freezing temperatures.

While we are still early in the new year, it is time to start thinking about any spring annual forages that we might plant. Part of the proces…

Many farmers are looking for ways to enhance their operations through increased efficiency and decreased cost of feed. Grazing annual forages may be the ticket producers need to achieve both these goals.

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