Hay And Forage

Hay And Forage

Two of the most important initial steps in farming— planting and seeding equipment. This is what will kick-off the cultivation process itself. For this reason, it’s crucial to give this focused attention to be done correctly.

Not to worry, though. It shouldn’t be as intimidating as it sounds. Because it isn’t. At least, it won’t be, as long as you’re outfitted with the leading planting and seeding equipment. This vital stage will run seamlessly and with less effort on your part, as machines will do the difficult work for you.

Apart from that, the risk of the planting and seeding stage from being disrupted by manual errors will be lessened significantly. Even errors in spacing measurements can be corrected with a switch of a button.

Advantages Of Our Hay And Forage Equipment

Reduced Forage Loss

When hay and forage aren’t cut well, either bunches of them end up wasted because the cutting chamber isn’t able to slice them as finely as possible. Thus, those that don’t make the cut (see what we did there?) become forage loss.

For Shredded And Compact Silage

With reference to the first advantage, silage can be shredded and compacted very quickly and effectively. This process of shredding and compacting allows more forage per bunch. Hence, aerating the bunches themselves. Less air in silage allows for lengthier preservation.

At the same time, during seasons when “natural” or “fresh” pasture isn’t available, the approach of compacting let nutrients be stored even if it will be stored for a period. It’s a branch of fermentation so that important proteins, organic acids and organic minerals, crude fat, and sugars (among others) are preserved.