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Crambe Production - A1010
Crambe is native to the Mediterranean region. It was introduced into the U.S. during the 1940s and has been grown intermittently at North Dakota Research Extension Centers since 1958. Commercial production of crambe in North Dakota began in 1990.
Located in Landing Pages / Crops
Quality Forage: Haylage and Other Fermented Forages - AS1252
Cutting fresh forage at the optimal stage of maturity and feeding it directly to animals year-round would supply the highest-quality and most palatable feed possible. In addition, field and storage losses would be the least of all methods of forage utilization. However, fluctuations in seasonal growth and plant maturity make harvesting and storing forages necessary to maximize quality and productivity.
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