organic hay

RDH rdhopkins at americanpasturage.com
Thu Jul 25 22:07:15 EDT 2002


Joe,

Is there a reason you cannot graze the pasture instead of haying it?  With a
good stand of alfalfa or other legumes, grazing would improve the organic
matter in the soil helping to overcome issues of low moisture holding in
sandy soil.

Regards,

Rick Hopkins
President
American Pasturage, Inc.
P.O. Box 190
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  -----Original Message-----
  From: Joseph Stuchlak [mailto:joeda at maqs.net]
  Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2002 8:27 PM
  To: Market Farming
  Subject: [market-farming] organic hay


  I am planning to seed some ground down to alfalfa and grass mix for my
beef cows. Can anybody give me some organic tips before I start? Also some
organic fertilizers to use after cutting each crop.  Please note I live in a
very sandy area. Thanks.


  Joe Stuchlak
  Rustic Acres
  joeda at maqs.net
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