Banjo said:It doesn't sound too thick. I think a lot of places recommend that much or more.
callmefence said:Yeah we plant ss at 85 pounds. Makes better hay imo
you just gotta feed it good.
True Grit Farms said:
this is correct. A mowco or crimper is the truly right tool for the job.Red Bull Breeder said:Cut it with a mo co
TN Cattle Man said:Bigfoot, you will be fine at that rate... I typically plant it at 50-60 pounds to the acre. You really don't have to worry about cutting it too short, that stuff is pretty hardy and comes back fine. With the first cutting, I usually leave the stubble at about 1-2 inches. How many cuttings are you planning on? The stuff is good until the frost comes in.