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23-09-2016

Forage sorghum research shows pathway to greater profits

New research into summer forage crops including forage sorghum, sudangrass and millet has highlighted some key pointers to help producers make greater profits from better crop selection for differing uses, particularly the recent drop in milk price.

The research work undertaken by Seed Force at Murwillumbah examined quality of the different summer forages at 0.5, 1.0 and 1.5m grazing height. (The millet only reached 1.0m in height).

Whilst some may look at seed price as a part of their decision making, price is clearly negatively linked to value and ability to drive returns for investment.

 

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Forage sorghum research shows pathway to greater profits