silage management

  1. Lallemand Animal Nut.

    Dairy and beef producers encouraged to consider crimping cereals

    With rising feed costs set to heavily erode production margins this winter, dairy and beef producers with cereals in the ground are being urged to consider crimping crops to maximise nutritional value and dry matter yield. “Making the most of home-grown feed, whether that be grass, maize or...
  2. Lallemand Animal Nut.

    Reap the rewards of wholecrop on farm

    While it may be tempting to sell cereal crops due to the high prices they are currently fetching, putting these crops into the clamp as wholecrop could offer a better return, by reducing the amount of purchased feed required next winter. The hike in input costs means that many producers are...
  3. Lallemand Animal Nut.

    Don't cut corners when making silage this season

    Livestock producers are being urged to take steps to make the best silage possible this season, as purchased feed prices continue to soar. Lientjie Colahan, technical sales support at Lallemand Animal Nutrition, says that despite a rise in the cost of making silage due to widespread inflation...