Iowa Farm Science: Volume 3, Issue 11
The United States is going through a period of price readjustments- the big question is whether we can have price drops without a significant slump in business, too.
It's no secret that many of our rented farms in Iowa lack improvements- improvements that would make these farms more productive and more livable.
How do chickens "fit in" on my farm? That's a question that many Iowa farmers ask themselves.
With machines you can take much of the hard, heavy work out of harvesting grass sileage and put the chopped grass in the silo with only 1/2 man-hour per ton. Although it takes a good deal of equipment to do this, you can also use this same equipment to harveset chopped dry hay, and to make regular row-crop silage.