SP-1 among others shine in pasture land

A field visit in Six Lakes, Michigan in mid-June was filled with rave reviews of some of the effects our products have had on a transitional hay field. The farmer operates a dairy operation and is wrapping up his final transition year.

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Transitional hay ground in Six Lakes, Michigan.

Jersey cows grazed this field early spring prior to a SP-1, Pillar, K-Sulfate, and fish application. In late May, the first cutting of hay was completed. Currently the farmer is gearing up for a second cutting and has been very pleased at how green and lush this grass is compared to area fields. He even noted better stands.

Need help “greening up” your hay field fertility program? Comment below with your location and we’ll get you in contact with the right person!

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