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Hay generally removes between 8-16 lbs P2O5/acre for one ton of hay (depending on your soil type).Optimal rates of phosphorus also increase leaf content of magnesium and calcium further enhancing photosynthesis and the quality of hay.To see how this works fi rst let us look at the grass plant.
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Date: December 10, 2016 Location: at the Ranch near Glenfield, North Dakota Auctioneer: Roger Jacobs TSLN Reps: Rowdy Benson and Scott Dirk Averages: 56 18-month-old Angus bulls – $5,450 75 Angus bred heifers – $1,699 30 Angus bred cows – $1,698 It was like driving […]Learn more »Location: December 3, 2016 at the Ranch, Roundup, MT Auctioneer: Joe Goggins TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson 119 Angus bulls averaged: $4,624 It was great day to buy bulls in central Montana at the Currant Creek Angus Ranch.
The wind was up but so was the […]Learn more »Date: December 2, 2016 Location: Bowman Auction Market, Bowman, North Dakota Auctioneers: Lynn Weishaar, Seth Weishaar, and Scott Weishaar TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson Averages: 24 Spring pairs – $3,069 18 Bred heifers – $2,898 46 Spring bred cows – $2,048 8 Fall pairs – $1,538 […]Learn more »Date: Nov. Auctioneer: Doug Dietterle Reported by: Dan Piroutek & Scott Dirk Averages: 75 Coming 2-yr-old Angus Bulls – $4,305 85 Angus Open Heifer Calves – $840 Wilken Angus hosted their second annual fall two-year-old Angus bull sale […]Learn more »Date: Nov.
29, 2016 Location: The ranch east and south of Hay Springs, Neb. Reported by: Dan Piroutek and Scott Dirk Averages: 77 Reg.
Red Angus 18 month old Bulls – $5,338 2 Proven Red Angus Herd Sires – $7,125 […]Learn more »Date: Sept.
Sulfur and boron should be applied in the spring if deficient.
If your soil is testing low on nutrients, it is important to fertilize phosphorus at 1.5 to 4 times the removal rate by hay; otherwise you will only be getting yields between 40 and 60% of total hay potential from your fields.Nitrogen use efficiency is also significantly increased by P fertilization.Optimal soil phosphorus level in your soil should be about 46lbs/acre.Phosphorus and potassium that form half of the macronutrients needed for plants aid forages in new root development, building of new cell walls, energy metabolism & conversion, and development of new enzyme systems.These two nutrients should be applied as per the soil test results whenever it is physically possible (with all our winter rains) to go out in the field. Do you know which preposition to use before times, days, months and years?