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06-29-2020 22:51:04

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The sun is supposed to shine the next 10 days and I hope it does or I wonít get the triticale dried down and baled walked out in the field today and itís chest high

Iím more than happy with this crop looked pretty sad the first of spring a little fertilizer and some weed control went a long ways and a couple perfectly timed rains really thinking itíll make a second crop again this year

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06-30-2020 13:21:11

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 Re: Now we wait in reply to svcummins, 06-29-2020 22:51:04  
Stacked It in the field last year didnít get it tarped before the monsoon season hit

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06-30-2020 03:19:47

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 Re: Now we wait in reply to svcummins, 06-29-2020 22:51:04  
Where do you put the hay or do you sell it right out of the field or do you raise it for grain and bale the straw? Had to look up what triticale is and what it is used for by farmers, still not real clear. Got to be dairy country as I see some silos in top pic.

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used red mn

06-30-2020 14:26:04

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 Re: Now we wait in reply to Dan in Ohio, 06-30-2020 03:19:47  
If you are a Treky you know quadrotriticale is what Tribbles like to eat, see link.. fourth line in "Plot" Lol! We raised some on our farm in Kansas in the late 70's. Was supposed to be the real deal for grinding into the hog feed ration. It didn't really pan out like it was supposed to for whatever reason. For any that are curious without looking it up it is a wheat hybrid, courser, heavier stems and slightly larger kernels.

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06-30-2020 18:38:18

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 Re: Now we wait in reply to used red mn, 06-30-2020 14:26:04  
Wheat crossed with rye . Protein tested a over 14% last year canít remember the other numbers

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06-30-2020 10:51:03

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 Re: Now we wait in reply to Dan in Ohio, 06-30-2020 03:19:47  
I cut and bale it for hay for winter feed for my cows . You can combine it for grain to

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