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Feed values for fodder trees

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seva Water Aug 9. 6 Replies

Hello everyone!We live in northern Canada, we have Aspen, birch, popular, willows and various wild roses and berry shrubs as well as white and black spruce mainly some pine. What I have been trying…Continue

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Seva Water replied to jackie milne's discussion Feed values for fodder trees
"Sharing another research update in this thead: Steve Gabriel of Wellspring Forest Farm in NY recently completed a SARE-funded project on the nutritional value of various tree fodders in ruminant grazing…"
Aug 9
Bryan Clark replied to jackie milne's discussion Feed values for fodder trees
"https://www.feedipedia.org/search/node/Acca%20sellowiana This website has been a goldmine of information for all sorts of tree/shrub fodder, various crops. It's still in development for many things as they are continuously adding and updating…"
Mar 26, 2022
jackie milne replied to jackie milne's discussion Feed values for fodder trees
"Thank you so very much for sharing this update! Extremely helpful right now!  I am going to make a post about you and this info on our small Facebook page, thanks again! jackie Milne "
May 5, 2020
Brett Chedzoy replied to jackie milne's discussion Feed values for fodder trees
"Shana Hanson in Maine recently shared this report from her study done with help from U of Vermont.  The announcement of the study is pasted below, and the referenced report is attached as .pdf. Tree Leaf Silages and Dried Leaves as Livestock…"
May 5, 2020

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We have an acreage of over 200 acre we are wanting to thin in northern Canada and create a pasture in the understory of Aspen, popular.

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Methods For Growing Lots Of Trees In A Small Footprint For Cost-Effective Silvopasture Establishment

Started by Casey Pfeifer. Last reply by Scott O'Bar Sep 7. 17 Replies

I thought I'd share my current methods using air pruning beds to grow various livestock fodder trees for silvopasture establishment in hopes that some other folks in this network are doing the…Continue

Tags: propagation, silvopasture, soil, mix, techniques

What Went Wrong With My Soil Analysis?

Started by Scott O'Bar Sep 2. 0 Replies

I realize this is a longshot to post this here, but perhaps someone could forward this to an agronomist or soil scientist colleague of theirs to get an answer to this.I sent the same soil samples to…Continue

Searching for tree seeds

Started by Ben Harris. Last reply by L kas Sep 1. 1 Reply

Hey y'all,I'm in search of tree seeds - fruits, nuts, fodder, N fixers, etc. Do you have favorite seed/nut sources or cultivars? I'm looking for production and vigor. Disease resistance will reveal…Continue

Virtual Fence

Started by Scott O'Bar Aug 28. 0 Replies

I've been hearing a lot about virtual fencing lately on podcasts I'm subscribed to. It sounds like a real game changer especially for a silvopasture context. Are any of you using virtual fencing?I'm…Continue

Tags: Fencing


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