Cheap mustard cover going mad

What the plan with this?
To be honest now I don’t rightly know. It’s a bad bg field that’s not seen wheat or osr for about 7 years. We were going to plant rye again but now not sure as the bit we combined didn’t yield well. Beans possibly or spring barley but no tilled. Think we’ll have to mow the mustard down as a trial yesterday blocked a horsch sprinter with Bourgault points up.
 
To be honest now I don’t rightly know. It’s a bad bg field that’s not seen wheat or osr for about 7 years. We were going to plant rye again but now not sure as the bit we combined didn’t yield well. Beans possibly or spring barley but no tilled. Think we’ll have to mow the mustard down as a trial yesterday blocked a horsch sprinter with Bourgault points up.
You mention mowing this how would this work for a livestock farmer as a crop to grow my own bedding? Straw is expensive and I don't want to grow my own cereals for various reasons. Mustard looks like a cheap easy to grow 'livestock farmer friendly' crop I could just whack it in after turnips in the spring and cut and bale it a while later before going back to grass. Do you think it would work for that? I can't think of any reason why it wouldn't but I don't know anything about mustard.
Sorry for the hijack
 
You mention mowing this how would this work for a livestock farmer as a crop to grow my own bedding? Straw is expensive and I don't want to grow my own cereals for various reasons. Mustard looks like a cheap easy to grow 'livestock farmer friendly' crop I could just whack it in after turnips in the spring and cut and bale it a while later before going back to grass. Do you think it would work for that? I can't think of any reason why it wouldn't but I don't know anything about mustard.
Sorry for the hijack
I don’t see any reason why not to be honest.
 

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