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The Importance of Moisture Control in Hay

January 15th, 2020 - SEOTERIC

Ask any farmer and they will tell you high-quality hay is a hot commodity. It is used for large farm animals such as horses, goats, cattle and other livestock. There also other small animals that benefit from the nutrients in hay. Being able to identify hay that has been maintained and produced correctly is detrimental to the health of these animals. It is important to learn the different types of hay and the part exposure to moisture play to the health of it.

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5 Tips to Protect Hay in Poor Weather Condition

January 15th, 2020 - SEOTERIC

As the days and nights get colder, hay producers, worry about how to protect their investment correctly. Usually the concern is more for the large round bales of hay which are more susceptible to dryness, and indigestible to livestock. However, it would be a great loss to lose any of their valuable assets. Here are some ways to store hay and minimize its loss.

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Types of Hay

August 12th, 2019 - SEOTERIC

The type of hay that you feed your animals is one of the most important factors in ensuring a successful farm. Depending on which types of animals you’re feeding and the environmental conditions of your farm, you may need a certain type of hay in order to make sure your animals are as healthy as possible. Read on to learn about a few of the many types of hay and to find out which type of hay is right for your farm!

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Advances in the Hay Industry

March 1st, 2019 - SEOTERIC

Advances in the Hay Industry

A particular tech has recently flooded the agricultural industry. It has been nearly 2 and a half years since the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration released commercial drone regulations, and since, drones have become more and more popular in farming. Munich Reinsurance America Inc. found that 74% of U.S. farmers currently use or are considering using drones to manage farms. These drones can be particularly useful for mobile surveillance and pesticide spreading. Imagine the time a farmer saves being able to check all of his hay for hail damage from one location.

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