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This fact sheet authored by Joe Lawrence and Allison Kerwin was shared in the October PRO-DAIRY e-Leader newsletter, distributed to an email list of nearly 7,000 dairy producers, agriservice, and legislators.

 

As 2022 corn silage sits in storage, hopefully fermenting for the next few months before being fed out, it is helpful to understand how this crop might feed compared to previous years. These results offer an indicator of what to expect when transitioning into the 2022 crop. The location-to-location weather variability in 2022 increases the importance of focusing on location specific data where weather patterns were most similar to your farm’s location.

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