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TopFodder silage course held at Tamworth Agriculture Institute | Photos | The Land



PRODUCERS have been urged to consider a variety of silage options, while still taking a cautious approach to cutting new silage in light of the ongoing mice plague at a three-day course in Tamworth.

Hosted by NSW Local Land Services and Top Fodder, the benefits of creating silage from a number of options such as sorghum, oats and tropical pastures were discussed at the three-day course at the Tamworth Agriculture Institute this week.

In light of recent drought followed by productive harvests, the Top Fodder Successful Silage Course gave producers tips on a variety of topics, including when to cut silage, what pastures were most effective for their regions and how to try and prevent the ongoing mice…

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