Storing Cut Alfalfa Hay





We are planning on cutting our next season's crop of alfalfa with a feed

cutter and storing it in a barn for winter feeding.



The hay must, of course, be thoroughly cured, because of the great

danger of heating in a tight mass. A. Balfour says: "I have been cutting

alfalfa into a barn for wo seasons. It is absolutely necessary to have

the sides and floor tight, and it is easier to feed it if it is in a

loft. The hay is best stacked first, and must be thoroughly cured."





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