March 1, 2022

The forage on your farm affects not only the performance of your livestock, but your bottom line.

Speak with your Co-op Ag Team in Dauphin and Ste Rose for advice on the best selection for your farm's unique needs.

Perennial weeds are highly competitive with potential to reduce the yield and quality of forage crops. Once a stand is established — it's even more difficult and costly to removed, as herbicide options are limited. By seeding forage crops in the spring, you reduce weed competition, use spring soil more efficiently and reduce the risk of winterkill.

See our Agronomists for expert advice on getting your forage crop established.

Dauphin Agro 204-622-6080

Ste Rose Agro 204-447-4270

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