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Oats and vetch versus corn or sunflowers for silage

Roy Carroll Jones

Oats and vetch versus corn or sunflowers for silage

by Roy Carroll Jones

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Published by Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station in Corvallis, Ore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oats -- Silage.,
  • Vetch -- Silage.,
  • Corn -- Silage.,
  • Sunflowers -- Silage.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementby Roy C. Jones.
    SeriesStation bulletin / Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station -- 194., Station bulletin (Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station) -- 194.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16016628M

    PHOTOS 3 and 4: Double-cropping a pea and oat mix for fall and spring cultivation has provided high yield and quality for the dairy at Kratz Farms (PHOTOS THREE and FOUR), improving forage supply over sorghum, which is limited by early frost. Photos courtesy of Katie Kratz. ‘Fear-setting’ for . : Seeds Hairy Vetch Seeds, Used As a Cover Crop, Green Manure, Pasture, Silage, and Hay.: Garden & Outdoor1/5(1).

    An old school of thought once suggested that the best silage corn was obtained by simply chopping your biggest and tallest grain hybrids. While this method may satisfy some tonnage requirements, there is much left to be desired when speaking in terms of actually benefiting a cow’s diet. Silage is another option for spring oats. Oats should be harvested for silage from late milk through early dough stages. Expect silage with a TDN of approximately 60% and 9% protein on a dry weight basis. Finally, oats in Kansas may be planted for grain with expected .

    Table 1. Effect of cereal variety, vetch inclusion and harvest on total yield (t DM/ha) of cereal/vetch crops grown at Temora, NSW in Cereal species Cereal variety Vetch treatment Harvest Boot Anthesis Milk Dough Oats Echidna cereal/vetch cereal only Mannus cereal/vetch Vetch Silage Price: Location: Donald, Mallee, VIC Vetch Silage. Sausage wrapped 6x4x3 two high. Feed Tested. Priced on farm. Cartage can be arranged.


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Oats and vetch versus corn or sunflowers for silage by Roy Carroll Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oats and Vetch Versus Corn or Sun-flowers for Silage By ROY C. JONES Since the first silo was built and filled, many different crops, from maize to Russian thistles, have been ensiled with varying degrees of success.

The common crops used in Western Oregon are corn, oats-and-vetch, and sunflowers. Many questions about the suitability of these. You do not have access to any existing collections. You may create a new : Roy Carroll Jones.

feeding value for sunflower silage of 80 percent of corn silage, but today’s improved varieties have improved that to 90 to 95 percent of corn silage. Whole-plant sunflower silage usually contains slightly more crude protein and considerably more fat on a dry matter basis than corn silage.

Sunflower silage contains 10 to 12 percent crude File Size: 70KB. Sunflowers are like a ray of hope and love. The setting is a backdrop in the beautiful, scenic rocky mountains of northeastern Utah that delves into historic sites.

This is a beautifully written, emotionally riveting narrative based on a true story. 40 pounds Agronomy Ajax oats alfalfa annual cool season Austrian winter peas bushels per acre Canadian field peas cent common vetch Dakota J. CARTER Dickinson digestible dry matter dry weight duction early dough stage early spring Edgeley and Langdon ensiled Experiment Station forage yield Gaalaas and Rogler2 green manure hay or silage I I I.

example, corn, sorghums, summer vegetables). Best nitrogen production when left to grow until vetch blooms (but before it produces seed). For a fall planting, oats winterkill, providing a residue that helps insulate and protect the vetch.

If a forage cutting is desired, cut and wilt. The total costs for the two crops was $ and $ for the forage oats and silage corn, respectively. The yields of the two crops when compared on an 80% dry matter basis show the forage oats yielding more than the silage corn.

The forage oats yielded tons per acre while the silage corn yielded tons per acre. early dough stage oats makes excellent silage. If you get lucky and other hay fields yield enough so neither oat hay or silage are needed, you still can cut oats for grain and straw.

Or, oats planted under irrigation can be cut for hay early enough to permit double cropping to soybeans or a summer annual forage crop or even to corn for Size: KB.

Sunflower silage is lower in energy, but higher in crude protein than corn silage. In addition, the moisture content of sunflowers tends to be high, even under drought conditions. Consequently, sunflower silage may need dry feed added in the silage-making process to. Generally speaking, the feeding value of sunflower is about 80% of the value of corn silage.

More specifically, sunflower silage is lower in energy than corn silage on a dry matter basis (% TDN), slightly higher in crude protein (%) and considerably higher fat ( to % depending on the variety) (See Table 1).

4 PRIMEF YIELD AND DIGESTIBILITY OF LEGUME AND OAT FORAGES Table 3. Digestibility of forage crops harvested at three stages of growth, early (2 October), mid season (23 October) and late (6 November).

Values are adjusted for a mean legume. By Steve Barnhart, Department of Agronomy Oats have been an important crop in Iowa. In addition to being a favored spring-planted companion or cover crop for forage seedings, they have historically been harvested as a cash grain crop.

In recent years, as market demands and cropping systems have changed, oats are more often being harvested as hay or silage for livestock. Winter rye and oats were broadcast seeded on 24 September after corn silage harvest in a spatially-balanced complete block design at a rate of lbs per acre.

Along with control plots, each cover crop treatment was replicated four times for a total of twelve plots. Silage varieties containing the Leafy genetics have eight or more leaves above the ear.

The leaves above the ear contain less lignin than those below the ear. A dual-purpose hybrid is often significantly taller than a grain hybrid, but the ear placement sets our Leafy silage hybrids apart in terms of feed quality and digestibility.

Leafy silage. : HAIRY VETCH SEEDS, used as a cover crop, green manure, pasture, silage, and hay.: Garden & Outdoor. Leafy Corn Silage Hybrids are bred to extend the ideal silage harvest window.

They are selected for a slower and complimentary rate of drydown in both the plant and ear components. The whole plant stays near the ideal silage moisture level of 65% moisture and 50% kernel milkline for a longer period of time compared to dual purpose on: Talbot Trail, RR1 Blenheim, Ontario Canada.

Sunflower forage (fresh or ensiled) is generally richer in protein (% DM) than maize silage. Its NDF content is similar to that of maize silage (about 40% DM) but its ADF and lignin content are higher (35 and 11% DM for sunflower vs.

24 and 3% DM for maize respectively), resulting in a lower nutritive value (Peiretti et al., ). The corn silage crop is largely in storage.

As of the time this article was written, the USDA crop reports had nearly 70 percent of the corn crop rated as good or excellent A corn silage Christmas Carol. It’s no secret that corn silage has changed over the years.

It has not only evolved from a feedstuff used primarily for heifers and. Guadarrama-Estrada, J., Espinoza-Ortega, A., González-Esquivel, C.E.

and Arriaga-Jordán, C.M. Inclusion of maize or oats-vetch silage for grazing dairy cows in small-scale campesino systems in the highlands of Central México.

Journal of Cited by: Oats are also planted in early spring to produce green-chop silage. This is an effective way to ensure adequate silage storage in districts where dry spring weather often restricts amounts of grass silage that can be harvested.

Cultivars: Hokonui, Hattrick, Magnum, Milton, Makura. Barley: (Sowing Rates:. Sunflower silage vs. corn silage for milk production by Henderson, H. O. Publication date Topics Sunflowers - Silage. Publisher West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station Collection west_virginia_university; americana Digitizing sponsor Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation.A Nutritional Evaluation of Mixed Winter Cereals with Vetch Utilized as Silage or Hay E.

J. DePETERS, J. F. MEDRANO, and D. L. BATH Department of Animal Science University of California Davis ABSTRACT Cereal-vetch silage replaced chopped alfalfa in the forage portion of diets fed to lactating cows, resulting in diets contain- ing66, and 34% of the forage as chopped by: In day corn maturity area we have had a good yield seeding as late as August 1.

Windrowing at tassel and then wilting for silage. FORAGE CORN can also be planted after peas, cool season grazing crops, or as late as after second cut alfalfa or even winter wheat.

Cutting corn prior to tassel is relatively a new idea in the north west.