|view from the front window of my "mobile office" during silage harvest|
Saturday, September 7, 2013
2013 Silage Harvest: Week 2 Recap
Downtime for repairs/maintenance and a few herd-related issues limited our harvesting time this week, but I did manage to finish chopping all of our corn by the end of it. The yields weren't quite as good this week, but we still averaged a very-good-by-our-standards 11 tons of corn silage per acre on our terraced fields. The smaller of our two main silage bunkers is nearly full, needing only a few loads of sorghum to "cap it off". Speaking of sorghum, I chopped about two acres of our short-season BMR following the last of the corn. It's too soon to get a handle on how it will yield out, but we should have a pretty good idea by the middle of the coming week.
Posted by Will Gilmer at 7:51:00 AM
Labels: #harvest13, agriculture, corn, crops, silage
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