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Published in : 2010-06-03 | by University of Wisconsin Extension
Dr. Dan Undersander from UW-Madison demonstrates the key points which lead to growing a new stand of alfalfa.
Published in : 2016-06-13 | by Humble Little Homestead
We got our first cutting of alfalfa for the year. It ended up being a whole lot better quality than last year's, which we're happy about. Best of all, it's goat approved, so I'd have to say...
Published in : 2009-06-06 | by Maize Valley Winery & Craft Brewery
Good quality forage or "Hay" is not just a weed you let grow it takes a lot of work to make good feed. We talk little bit about the difference between a legume and a grass. They are both...
Published in : 2016-02-04 | by Humble Little Homestead
In this video I show you what we feed our goats and also talk about how we started growing our own hay. Year before last we planted a small patch of alfalfa. We have a small utility tractor...
Published in : 2011-08-05 | by Cdobias1
Published in : 2012-06-26 | by Green Talk Growing alfalfa in a small patch is easy and fun. Alfalfa is known for its health benefits. Consider growing a patch! Be sure to subscribe to Green Talk's newsletter:...
Forage management: Establishing alfalfa and hay (part 1/3) Presented by: The Integrated Pest Management program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of Wisconsin-Extension...
Published in : 2013-06-12 | by RealAgriculture
John McGregor gives RealAgriculture's Lyndsey Smith a lesson on how to measure alfalfa quality and assess when to cut your field.
Published in : 2017-06-01 | by Nick Boisselle
1st cut hay getting chopped for haylage.
Published in : 2016-03-22 | by AgPhD
Brian and Darren Hefty discuss ways to maximize yield and efficiency in alfalfa production.