Baleage Workshop

Join fellow producers to discuss challenges with making dry hay in a wet year, and options to make and feed good quality baleage to your stock.
Baleage Workshop - Workshops
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Length: 4 hours
Language: English

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Wet weather has more farmers considering options for making hay when the sun is not shining. Baleage is forage cut and wrapped at 45-65% moisture. The primary advantage of baleage is the ability to make high quality forage when the crop is at the correct maturity and time or weather do not permit for dry hay to be made. This is scenario is most likely during first cutting, however, many prefer this method year round.

Who is this for?

Farmers interested in making baleage as an alternative to dry hay.

What will you learn?

Basics of Baleage

Forage Quality and Evaluating Baleage

Baleage Making Techniques


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