Soapweed said:Looks like money in the bank, right down to the green color. :wink:
burnt said:Soapweed said:Looks like money in the bank, right down to the green color. :wink:
Umm, did you mean "money in the bunk"? Because before the "bank", the bovines begin by bingeing and begetting bunk stuff to beef before the bucks be in the bank, no? So, money in the bunk!! :wink:
4Diamond said:I love chopping and 140 acres is moving on. Is that a 7800 deere chopper? We have and older 5830 but it gets the job done.
littlejoe said:BRG said:
I know nothing about corn silage. (and most other things) what kinda moisture % is this done at?
jopie said:Over here we would have put plastic on the sides so you would not lose good feed because of rot.
Yields around here go from 35 to 60 tons per hectare with about 32 % dry matter.
Harvest is just about to start now and prices per hectare are €1500-1800.
lazy ace said:We tried plastic around the sides last year but didn't notice much difference. I think it is harder to get the sides packed for us anyway.
Hey BRG got any coons digging through your pile yet? We was going to cover ours but decided not to. Glad we didn't the coons are digging in it pretty good. We haven't put a pencil to silage but what do you figure per ton cost if you don't mind me asking?
I have figured out what you mean by little ones not sleeping especially last nite :wink: :wink:
have a cold one