Early signs show good 1st hay crop

Early signs show good 1st hay crop

An agronomist says while corn and soybean planting remain a top priority, first crop hay is also on their minds. “First crop is defiinitely knocking on the door here. Some people have it made already.”

Bob Berkevich from Pioneer in southeastern Wisconsin tells Brownfield it seems to be a more normal first crop hay as far as tonnage, and he hasn’t heard about the hay quality yet, but farmers have been dealing with more pests this spring.

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