Plan Now to Extend the Grazing Season – A hay feeding period suspected of being too long, is too long

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I’ve noticed that animals are much more efficient forage harvesters than anything we humans have come up with so far. We spend a tremendous amount of money in equipment, fuel, and labor cutting, curing, tedding, raking, rolling, transporting, storing, and feeding hay. Seems much more efficient to watch that ruminant animal walk around the pasture and graze!
Now of course some hay feeding is inevitable for the vast majority of livestock producers in Tennessee. However, I’m afraid that some of us just accept that we have always fed hay 5-6 months out of the year and aren’t proactive in trying to shorten the number of hay feeding days. With hay prices higher than ever, it’s a great time

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Smith County Insider Plan Now to Extend the Grazing Season – A hay feeding period suspected of being too long, is too long I’ve noticed that animals are much more efficient forage harvesters than anything we humans have come up with so far. We spend a tremendous amount of money in equipment, fuel, and labor cutting, curing, tedding, raking, rolling, transporting, storing, and feeding hay. Seems much more efficient to watch that ruminant animal walk around the pasture and graze!Now of course some hay feeding is inevitable for the vast majority of livestock producers in Tennessee. However, I’m afraid that some of us just accept that we have always fed hay 5-6 months out of the year and aren’t proactive in trying to shorten the number of hay feeding days. With hay prices higher than ever, it’s a great time

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