Corn silage serves as the foundation for dairy rations around the country, and feeding a high-quality product requires attention to detail throughout the growing, harvesting, and storage processes. This 80-page manual explains best practices and references for each stage of corn silage management:

  • Chapter 1: Production (by Joe Lawrence, Cornell University)
  • Chapter 2: Harvest (by Brian Luck, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Chapter 3: Storage (by Brian Holmes, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Chapter 4: Feeding (by Luiz Ferraretto and Randy Shaver, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

This book is ideal for dairy producers, farm consultants, and dairy or agronomy students.

Book details:

80 pages
8 x 10 inches
Soft cover, perfect bound
Full color
ISBN 978-0-932147-66-0
Copyright 2022

$ 24.95