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Feed lost from feeding on the ground why not?
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dt4020
Posted 1/13/2021 18:46 (#8748789 - in reply to #8748712)
Subject: RE: Feed lost from feeding on the ground why not?


Fairbury, NE (Southeast)
32" combine tires are a nice way to feed 10 cows. I'll never spend money on another steel bunk that is for sure. Although here's enough bin sheets around to fab some bottomless ones up cheap. My luck I'd have a cow get cut and bleed out one one.

Nebfarmer you made the comment awhile back that cows cost 10 bushel/acre to graze due to compaction. I've never seen that except for the entry ways or feeding areas. Do you have yield monitor data to back this up?

Edited by dt4020 1/14/2021 00:13
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