Maizex FieldPlus Grazing Hybrids provide an excellent source of high-energy digestible feed to extend your grazing season. For many it has become a key part of an integrated winter feeding strategy. Here are a few key points to consider:
- Grazing corn is an excellent feed source for winter rations that provides high digestible energy from fully developed ears and plant stalks.
- Use grazing corn as part of an integrated grazing system as an excellent way to reduce your feed costs per cow per day keeping the following points in mind
- Select hybrid maturity with the goal of having kernels at roughly 65% moisture (similar to silage corn harvest) or 35 – 50% of milk line at time of average killing frost.
- Remember to ensure access to clean water supply, and supplement your ration with minerals based on your feed analysis and a salt source to ensure animal health and efficient weight gain.
- Good weed control is also paramount to ensuring feed yield, quality, and consistency across your field.
Use the Map below to find products specific to your maturity range.
6 results found
|Product||Type||CHU||Herbicide||Target Insect||New||RIB||Regions Available|
|MZ 1200DBR||Grazing Corn||1900||Roundup®||No||Yes||Atlantic Canada, British Columbia, Ontario, Prairie Provinces, Quebec|
|MS 6960R||Grazing Corn||2000||Roundup®||Yes||Yes||British Columbia, Prairie Provinces|
|MZ 1482R||Grazing Corn||2050||Roundup®||No||No||British Columbia, Prairie Provinces|
|MS 7420R||Grazing Corn||2200||Roundup®||No||No||British Columbia, Prairie Provinces|
|MS 8022R||Grazing Corn||2250||Roundup®||No||No||British Columbia, Prairie Provinces|
|LF 728R||Grazing Corn||2300||Roundup®||No||No||British Columbia, Prairie Provinces|