Dealing With Corn Ear Mold

Cindy Zimmerman

Last year many growers encountered a wet growing season which led to some concerns with ear molds. Bill Seglar, Pioneer nutritional sciences veterinarian, discusses conditions conducive to ear molds and the impact it has on nutritional value. Listen to the podcast here: To see all archived Pioneer Forage Forum podcasts, click here. Subscribe to Forage Forum here.

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More on Bt Corn for Silage

Cindy Zimmerman

In this edition of Forage Forum, we have the second of a two-part series on Bt corn for silage with Bill Seglar, Pioneer nutritional sciences veterinarian. Here Seglar highlights the extensive registration process for biotech traits. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-76-wdd.mp3] Bill Seglar on Bt Corn for Silage part 2 (4:00 min MP3) To see all archived Pioneer Forage …

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Bt Corn for Silage

Cindy Zimmerman

In this edition of Forage Forum, Bill Seglar, Pioneer nutritional sciences veterinarian, addresses questions on BT corn for silage. Seglar says biotechnology traits do not impact nutritional value of the corn, but it is usually environmental factors that affect silage quality and nutritional value. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-75-wdd.mp3] Bill Seglar on Bt Corn for Silage (4:20 min MP3) …

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Pioneer Alfalfa Research

Cindy Zimmerman

Alfalfa is an important part of Pioneer’s forage portfolio. In this edition of Forage Forum, Pioneer director of alfalfa research David Miller, discusses the company’s variety development. When it comes to choosing an alfalfa variety, he says growers should consult their local sales professional and university data to match the right product to the right acre. Listen to the podcast …

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Why Alfalfa is Different From Other Crops

Cindy Zimmerman

Alfalfa, from a genetic standpoint, is different than other major crops growers plant. Every seed in an alfalfa bag varies genetically, unlike corn or soybeans where each seed is genetically uniform. David Miller, Pioneer director of alfalfa research, discusses the uniqueness of variety development. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-72-wdd.mp3] David Miller on alfalfa varieties (4:45 min MP3) To see …

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Pioneer Alfalfa Research

Cindy Zimmerman

Pioneer director of alfalfa research, David Miller, discusses Pioneer brand alfalfa varieties, traits and testing to help producers put the right product on the right acre. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-71-wdd.mp3] David Miller on alfalfa varieties (4:00 min MP3) To see all archived Pioneer Forage Forum podcasts, click here. Subscribe to Forage Forum here.

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Forage Forum on In Situ Testing

Cindy Zimmerman

Bill Rutherford, Pioneer research coordinator, discusses in situ analysis. In situ testing allows Pioneer researchers direct analysis of inoculant performance and fiber digestibility, providing producers additional product information. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-70-wdd.mp3] Bill Rutherford on in situ testing (6:30 min MP3) To see all archived Pioneer Forage Forum podcasts, click here. Subscribe to Forage Forum here.

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New Technologies for Silage Traits

Cindy Zimmerman

New technologies make data sampling easier and more efficient. Bill Curran, Pioneer research scientist, discusses some of the technologies that measure silage traits. Curran also talks about how this information benefits producers. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-69-wdd.mp3] Bill Curran on new technologies for data sampling (5:00 min MP3) To see all archived Pioneer Forage Forum podcasts, click here. Subscribe …

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Cutting Edge Microbial Ecology

Cindy Zimmerman

Understanding how inoculant organisms interact with other organisms can have a large impact on how well an inoculant organism affects the organisms in the silage. Hear more about the cutting-edge microbial ecology from Pioneer research coordinator Bill Rutherford. Listen to the podcast here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3?http://zimmcomm.biz/pioneer/pioneer-podcast-68-wdd.mp3] Bill Rutherford on Microbial Ecology (5:00 min MP3) To see all archived Pioneer Forage Forum podcasts, …

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Silage Inoculant Application Technology

Cindy Zimmerman

Pioneer nutritional sciences manager Bill Mahanna likes to show off cool tools that can make life better for dairy producers. This one is Pioneer’s AppliPro® SLV (Super Low Volume) Forage Additives Applicator System, which Bill talked about during the Forage Media Day in September. In this “must hear” Forage Forum, Bill discusses inoculant application technology and how drastically it has …

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