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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

2011 World Dairy Expo
Madison, WI l October 4-8, 2011

Improving forage harvest efficiency: More crop with less time and fuel
Matthew Digman, Agricultural Engineer
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center, USDA-ARS

Corn silage, fermentation time, and starch digestibility: what makes it tick?
Patrick Hoffman, Dairy Scientist
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Top producing herds in Wisconsin feed more forage than you may think
Randy Shaver, Extension Dairy Nutritionist
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Fall-grown oat offers a unique forage option: High fiber digestibility and high energy
Wayne Coblentz, Agronomist/Dairy Scientist
U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center, USDA-ARS

Minimize bunker/bag silage losses with a tight plastic seal and frequent inspection
Brian Holmes, Agricultural Engineer
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Reducing greenhouse gases can also reduce feed costs
Larry Chase, Extension Specialist in Dairy Nutrition
Cornell University

Capitalizing on forages to reduce purchases of high-priced corn and soybeans
Larry Chase, Extension Specialist in Dairy Nutrition
Cornell University


Last Modified: 10/14/2011