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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hay

Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut, dried, and stored for use ..... One concern with hay grown on human sewage sludge is that the hay can take up heavy metals, which are then consumed by animals.

www.hobbyfarms.com/how-to-grow-hay

May 6, 2016 ... For many farmers, growing your own hay to feed your livestock is one satisfying step closer to a self-sufficient farm. If you're lucky enough to ...

www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/growing-harvesting-baling-hay-zmaz75jazgoe

The choice of plant (or plants) to be grown for hay depends on many factors: climate, availability of water, tonnage needed, type of livestock being fed, etc.

www.johnnyseeds.com/growers-library/farm-seed-cover-crops/library-farm-seed-growing-hay.html

Read about the importance of growing hay, from Johnny's Selected Seeds.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Growing+Hay&v=47n6lbfDX7g
Nov 4, 2009 ... One young farmer in Tennessee takes an award winning approach to working his family farm. Don Blankenship plants row crops and also ...

myfarmlife.com/features/small-hay-operations-have-big-needs

Where growing and harvesting hay might once have been a losing proposition for small farmers like Hammann, it's now becoming an economical way for them ...

myfarmeducation.ca/new-farmers-info/a-beginners-guide-to-hay

Aug 1, 2013 ... Because it was hay se. ... A picture of a round bale of hay from first cut 2013 ... When you grow hay it can be a combination of seeds.

www.agriculture.com/crops/other-crops/hay-and-forage/growing-good-hay_158-ar29779

Feb 14, 2013 ... In a cattle operation, access to adequate hay is vital. With prices already high, farmers are choosing to grow their own hay. But which scenarios ...

myfarmeducation.ca/new-farmers-info/starting-hay-farm

Sep 6, 2013 ... Last time I was at the in-law's farm I learned about hay. ... You have a farm to grow hay. ...... There are good reasons they are not growing hay.