According to my internal calendar, fall is about four months down the road yet.
In reality, the fall harvest season is fast approaching.
After a long, cool, wet spring, crops in areas where I have driven through Ohio look remarkably good. Some scattered uneven and spotty fields are reminders of what most crops could have looked like.
With the harvest season comes a unique set of questions about corn for silage, wet corn, dry corn, immature corn, soybeans and alfalfa.
Over the past several years, fact sheets for a wide variety of these questions have been developed and posted on the http://dairy.osu.edu Web site.
What to find. This set of basic information was developed specifically for Ohio forage situations. Articles include: