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study of the newer hay harvesting methods on Ohio farms

F. L. Morison

study of the newer hay harvesting methods on Ohio farms

by F. L. Morison

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Published by Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hay -- Ohio -- Harvesting

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title

    StatementF.L. Morison
    SeriesBulletin / Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station -- 636, Bulletin (Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 636
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15364897M

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Study of the newer hay harvesting methods on Ohio farms by F. L. Morison Download PDF EPUB FB2

A STUDY OF THE NEWER HAY HARVESTING METHODS ON OHIO FARMS F. MORISON INTRODUCTION Tractor-drawn tillage implements, combines, and mechanical corn pickers have greatly decreased the total amount of labor spent in caring for corn and small-grain crops in Ohio in the past 20 years.

Tractor cultivators and com­. A study of the newer hay harvesting methods on Ohio farms. By Francis Lewis Morison. Topics: Ohio, farms, harvesting, hay Author: Francis Lewis Morison.

A Study of the Newer Hay-Harvesting Methods on Ohio Farms. By F. Morison. Publisher: Ohio State University. Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics.

Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: KnowledgeBank at OSU. Download Author: F. Morison. data published by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics which. HAY HARVESTING METHODS AND COST indicate that, infarmers paid an average of $ for foot horse-drawn mowers. TABLE 3.—. Man-hours of labor used to cut hay with horse-drawn.

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Read Current Hay Conditions In Ohio in addition to hundreds of recent farming and agriculture news articles. View up to date crop reports, livestock information and ag industry breaking news from following sections, we will review hay baling and handling methods in more detail.

Small Square Bales Small square balers produce bales that by design are small and light enough for a person to pick up manually, ranging from 40 to 60 pounds (depending on the type of hay, the density/size of the bale, and water content).File Size: KB. A Guide to Growing, Harvesting and Baling Hay.

The choice of plant (or plants) to be grown for hay depends on many factors: climate, availability of water, tonnage needed, type of livestock being. The John Deere R is back in action. We are baling small square bales of horse hay while the getting is good.

Two acres can yield about 5 tons of hay per cut if you maintain soil quality. In your local you should get 2 cuts of hay per season. I’m not sure how much money you will make after expenses and effort on 20 tons of hay.

We have a 16 horse farm in Tennessee and use about 80 tons of hay per year. All About Grazing: Hay harvesting tips for a better crop. By Clif Little- The author is an Ohio State University Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator in Guernsey County.

Click here or on the image above to veiw it at full size in a new window. Assuming acres of hay are harvested in two cuttings, with a total yield of 3 tons per acre, this study compares hay harvest and hauling costs, including changes in capital ownership, to custom harvesting and hauling.

Current Hay Conditions in Ohio. September 21 Septem – Maurice L. Eastridge, A couple of sources of hay include Farm and Dairy’s hay listing Even for harvesting grass hay, it becomes difficult to get it dry with the heavy dews, shorter days, and intermittent fall showers.

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Connect With Us. A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO. Harvest updates from our blog. ABOUT. CEO Message. It’s easy to understand why making hay was one of the most dreaded chores on the farm in the early s.

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Where growing and harvesting hay might once have been a losing proposition for small farmers like Hammann, it’s now becoming an economical way for them to procure quality feed. Most days, from 5 a.m. to p.m., you can find Galen Hammann working what might be called his first shift.

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Andrew Akin says, “We always take the first cutting, then no-till corn. We get a bigger bang with that fixed nitrogen on corn. Make sure you get a little regrowth on the alfalfa or you won't get a good kill; you'll have to come back over the top of the corn with a post : Justin Davey.It might not seem like haymaking time, or haymaking weather, but for farmers growing hay for profit, early harvest results in more quality forage, says the state forage specialist.

Producers needing to build reserves of baled hay depleted by hard winter should harvest early and often. May is a better hay month than June and far better than July.