Yes. A local contractor dose it, brings 10 tns in a spreader and does 150-200 acres after first cut. He buys bulk salt by the artic load for sugar beet land.Anyone put agricultural salt on their grazing ground, to improve palatability? Thoughts?
Why is grass unpalatable?Was going to do 25kg/acre...
Yes. A local contractor dose it, brings 10 tns in a spreader and does 150-200 acres after first cut. He buys bulk salt by the artic load for sugar beet land.
Does it make a difference ? Not a clue to be honest, but when ever we do detailed soil analysis it comes back as low sodium.
Needs rain to wash it in - comes up through the roots.Looked back last few years production is broadly similar.
Mind if I turn out and milk goes up, I've done me winter wrong .
Never done the salt thing, how long does it hang around?
First bit of rain and it's gone type job?
The silence from the collective would suggest you know what you need to do unfortunately
Report it to the semen company, that’s a genetic defect.
Maize in a bit of itWhat's the plan after?
Rye seed is expensive
been hearing a lot of smallenburg about along the south coast, both cattle and sheep, that causes deformed calves/lambs.