This baleage was baled with a New Holland 450 4' X 5' round baler and wrapped with an Anderson NWX-660 X-tractor inline bale wrapper in early May of 2016 and being filmed and fed in 1/2017.
How do you gain higher yields from your second cutting, achieve less leaf loss, higher nutrition content and more palatable forage? These are just a few of the advantages of making baleage, according to University of Wisconsin Forage Agronomist Dr. Dan Undersander.
Vermeer teamed up with University of Wisconsin Forage Agronomist, Dr. Dan Undersander, explains how forage moisture content impacts your baleage, how fermentation aids the process of preservation once those bales are wrapped, and what you need to know to improve quality in your operation.
We got it all in folks! Stay tuned for the last video in this series talking about the pros, cons & some of the things that went on!👍
Brand new & dialing it in!! This is the same wrapper that will be wrapping my baleage this year.
Guither - Keys to Making Good Baleage 2015 AFGC Annual Meeting Presentation Videos January 13, 2015 St. Louis, MO
So per video request, here is a look at the winter rye or cereal rye baleage I made last spring. Also a shout out to Farming From The Past. Check them out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnYohVCc3gIJkyMkii7yFsQ Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 12
A SHORT VIDEO OF MAKING BALEAGE. I paid someone to wrap the bales because the number and limited time I had.
Things went well....no to get it wrapped!
Very happy with the crop & the way it cuts. Like butter!!👍