Access up to date information on a host of topics related to the growing, selling, buying, care or management of hay and grain. Our expert team have gathered and shared a wealth of information to help you succeed. At Feed Central we are committed to sharing our collective knowledge with the rest of the industry so that we can grow towards a better future together.
Mice living in unfavourable seasonal conditions may have a shorter breeding period, while those with nests and good cover are likely to have an extended breeding period. Research suggests that it is the quality more than the quantity of food that extends the breeding season. A mice plague is a...Read More
Feed Central have put together this document with FertPro's assistance to help you understand your Soil Test results. Feed Central can supply you with all your Fertiliser needs to assist your soil in all ways possible! Range coming soon! Please below to download this document. If you have any...Read More
Feed Central’s minimum Hay, Straw & Silage order is one full semi trailer load. BALE SIZE TRUCK TYPE NUMBER OF BALES Lge Sq 8x4x3 Flat Top Drop Deck Drop Deck Road Train B-Double 30 41 82 59 Lge Sq 8x3x3 Flat Top Drop Deck Drop Deck Road Train B-Double...Read More
Properly Curing Hay is critical for high quality hay that is not likely to spontaneously combust. We have asked experienced members how they test that their hay is cured and summarised their responses below. However, always remember that no one method is 100% accurate, that moisture can vary with...Read More
Growing Oat Hay was first published in 1996 as a guide to help reduce the risk of growing quality oat hay. However, this book no longer provides a source of current information regarding oat hay production. Information presented in the book dates from 1983 to 1994. New developments including...Read More
In many years hay can outperform grain in gross value per hectare. This is particularly relevant when crops have bulk but lack the soil moisture to attain high yields of grain. Calculate what is best for you. Complete the tables below for producing hay and then repeat for producing...Read More