Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin
Harris, Roy T.
Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin. Bulletin 37: when pastures are short PDF (887.5 KB)
This system can also be made to furnish more variety to the herd. Pastures should not roe allowed to become stale or unproductive but should be broken up and reseeded as often as necessary. Rotation applies to pasturage as well as to other crops. Pastures will stand fertilizing and permanent pastures, especially, require regular top-dressing, and lining if the soil SILO NEEDING MEANS LABOR ECONOMY Dairymen will find greater convenience and proft in feeding corn silage rather than soiling crops to cows on scant pastures. becomes acid. Brush, weeds and stones occupy space which more profitably could produce grass. Briars and thistles are especially objectionable since they interfere with the use of grass which surrounds them. All grasses sown should be perennial or such as will certainly renew themselves and as fir as possible should form a succession so as to have pasturage throughout the season. June-grass alone will not make a good pasture for it becomes tough too early. I51 I I
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