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Millet

Postby Cross-7 » Fri Mar 23, 2018 9:50 am

I couldn't find the old thread showing the before picture, but this was the field that I laid down but didn't bale and the cows were on it all winter.
The other field has less residue and cleaned up better.
I'm thinking about millet this year.
Graze one field and bale the other then put wheat in this fall.
Reckon I can take it down enough to no till in wheat so I don't have to plow it.
It's costing me 10.00 an acre every trip across so I'd like to cut back as much as possible
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Re: haygrazer

Postby Cross-7 » Sun May 27, 2018 7:00 am

My haygrazer this year.
I had it plowed and was going to plant but after it rained it came up volunteer like this so I didn’t plant anything
Just noticed the old picture isn’t working.

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Re: Millet

Postby ez14. » Sun May 27, 2018 7:29 am

Cross-7 wrote:I couldn't find the old thread showing the before picture, but this was the field that I laid down but didn't bale and the cows were on it all winter.
The other field has less residue and cleaned up better.
I'm thinking about millet this year.
Graze one field and bale the other then put wheat in this fall.
Reckon I can take it down enough to no till in wheat so I don't have to plow it.
It's costing me 10.00 an acre every trip across so I'd like to cut back as much as possible
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Re: Millet

Postby Cross-7 » Sun May 27, 2018 2:29 pm

ez14. wrote:
Cross-7 wrote:I couldn't find the old thread showing the before picture, but this was the field that I laid down but didn't bale and the cows were on it all winter.
The other field has less residue and cleaned up better.
I'm thinking about millet this year.
Graze one field and bale the other then put wheat in this fall.
Reckon I can take it down enough to no till in wheat so I don't have to plow it.
It's costing me 10.00 an acre every trip across so I'd like to cut back as much as possible
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Thanks EZ
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Re: Millet

Postby ez14. » Sun May 27, 2018 2:34 pm

Cross-7 wrote:
ez14. wrote:
Cross-7 wrote:I couldn't find the old thread showing the before picture, but this was the field that I laid down but didn't bale and the cows were on it all winter.
The other field has less residue and cleaned up better.
I'm thinking about millet this year.
Graze one field and bale the other then put wheat in this fall.
Reckon I can take it down enough to no till in wheat so I don't have to plow it.
It's costing me 10.00 an acre every trip across so I'd like to cut back as much as possible
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Thanks EZ
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