The storage of hay and silage is a significant point for quality, time and effort after planting, growing, and harvesting since the goal of mechanically harvesting forage is to have a high-quality feed available for winter when pastures are not producing lush forages. Hay is an important commodity in the agriculture world and can hold substantial value, especially in dryer years. Storing hay basically entails preventing deterioration of the hay which can come from mold, rot, or fungi. The following subsections will explain you different kind of storage methods of forage products.

See:( harvest/storage)

  1. Hay sheds
  2. Tarps
  3. Silos