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Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic Provinces

Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic Provinces

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Published by Duhamel in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rye -- Atlantic Provinces.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementF.S. Warren, J.E. Langille and H.A. Riordon.
    SeriesPublication (Canada. Ministère de l"agriculture) -- no. 1185F
    ContributionsWarren, F. S., Langille, J. E., Riordon, H. A., Canada. Agriculture Canada. Information Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB"191"R9"L35"1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20617007M

    produce double-cropped forage are small grain cereal grasses, such as oats, cereal rye, triticale and wheat (Figure 1), and brassicas which include turnip and radish (Figure 2). For fall forage, the general concept is to take advantage of the potential growing degree-days following grain harvest (Figure 3). Ideally, planting a forage double. Best Forage is a premium seed distributor of high yielding alfalfas and clovers, highly digestible forage grasses, improved cover crops,small grains, along with the latest in corn genetics. We use our knowledge and experience gained in the last 20+ years in the forage seed industry and our lifetime of experience with dairy cows and producing.

    The forage of both of these grasses can support high dry matter intake levels and are suitable for animals with high nutritional requirements, including lactating dairy cattle. With good fertility both species provide rapid growth during periods of cool temperatures . In the early s, the Noble Foundation established its forage breeding program, specifically developing improved cultivars for four small grains species: rye, wheat, oat and triticale (a rye.

      Maton II (NF) is a forage rye cultivar that was released in It is intended for use in fall through winter grazing systems. This variety builds upon the Noble Research Institute's previous release, Maton. Maton II (NF) produces more total forage when compared to the commonly grown rye cultivars Elbon, Maton and Oklon in southern. With the current high feed grain costs and other economic uncertainties in the Canadian tered fall rye had higher forage yield than winter wheat. forages in the Atlantic provinces where.


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Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic Provinces Download PDF EPUB FB2

The varieties recommended are Dominant for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Is., Sangaste for New Brunswick, and Tetra Petkus for Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Is. The highest yield of forage at Nappan, Nova Scotia ( ton DM/ac) resulted from cutting once on 7 June, but cutting reduced grain yields (to Cited by: 3.

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Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Growing fall rye for grain in the Atlantic provinces Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : Copiesofthispublicationmaybeobtainedfrom INFORMATIONDIVISION CANADADEPARTMENTOFAGRICULTURE OTTAWA K1A0C7.

Sixty young Holstein calves were fed five diets containing various amounts of rye grain up to 18 wk of age. Average daily gain and feed consumption were similar during the first 6 wk; however, calves receiving 60% rye consumed less feed and gained slower than the barley control and 80% roasted rye fed groups in the next 12 wk.

Ratios of feed to gain were not different among the five by: 4. Triticale will be ready for spring grazing 2 to 3 weeks later than rye in spring but will continue to provide good forage several weeks later into late spring than rye. If grazed lightly or not at all in spring, both rye and triticale can produce very high, single cutting hay yields.

Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic provinces / [by] F.S. Warren, J.E. Langille and H.A. Riordon [Biographical cuttings on Dick Rye, public servant, containing one. Feeding value of alkali-treated whole rye (Secale cereale L.) grain for lactating cows and its digestibility for sheep.

Anim. Feed ScTechnol., Alkali-treated whole rye grain (35 g NaOH/kg grain) and rolled rye grain were given to cows in diets with concentrate/roughage (C/R) ratios of and Forage rye harvested in mid-May can be followed by a late-planted crop, such as soybeans, edible beans, or a warm-season annual forage crop such as sorghum.

Winter wheat heads later than fall rye, about June 5th, making forage wheat harvest too late to be followed by corn or soybeans. Small Grain (Oats, Rye, Wheat, Barley) low 60 60 medium 50 lbs/ton 30 30 Very low low 60 60 Temporary Summer Grasses (Pearl Millet, Sorghum-Sudan Hybrids, Browntop Millet, Crabgrass) medium 80 lbs/ton 30 30 Inoculate all legume seed with the proper bacteria to insure maximum nitrogen fixation.

Ryegrass is also often seeded in mixtures with a small grain and/or clover. It is a prolific seed producer and will reseed in pastures (if allowed to go to seed).

Ryegrass has a later grazing season than the small grains and can be grazed until early May in south Georgia and late May or early June in north Georgia when moisture is adequate.

Triticale is a grain species which is developed by crossing rye and wheat. Originally a grain crop, triticale is gaining immense popularity as a cereal forage in the West. In general, for maximum forage yield and feed quality, growers are encouraged to harvest cereal forages prior to seed-fill stage.

Forage crops are plants which, when grown as a crop, have been found to produce high yields of plant material, which are also high in nutrients suitable for livestock requirements for maintenance and production. Natural pasture is a forage but is not grown as a crop, so is termed forage, not a forage crop.

Forage crops produce much. Small- grain crops include wheat, oats, rye, triticale and barley. They can produce large volumes of high-quality forage within short periods of time, usually during the fall and spring seasons.

These forages are most cost-effective for growing and lactating livestock but are occasionally used for other classes of livestock as a supplement or. Cereal rye has home run potential.

By that I mean cereal rye has the highest forage yield potential. Its aggressive, early growth results in consistent tonnage. However, the harvest window for cereal rye is narrow. It quickly turns mature, resulting in a loss of forage quality, palatability and feed value. As planting dates get later in the fall, producers will get more fall forage production from triticale and rye.

The later it gets, the more rye becomes the best option if fall forage is needed. When planting a small grain cereal primarily for forage, use a seeding rate about 50 percent higher than if the crop were grown for grain. In some years, Fusarium head blight has had dramatic effects on cereal production in Atlantic Canada.

This disease results in severely blighted or premature death of the heads, low grain yields of very poor quality, and possible contamination of the grain with toxins. The pathogen has a wide host range including some forage and wild grasses.

This guide has been prepared to replace the forage portion of the Atlantic Field Crops Guide. This guide was prepared th rough the contributions of members of the Forage and Corn Variety Evaluation Task Group. This Task Group of the Atlantic Field Crops Committee operated under the authority of the former Atlantic Provinces Agricultural.

Rye is a very popular cereal grain for cover crops or forage through winter and early spring. Very aggressive to establish and very winter hardy. Rye is good for soil building. Rye matures very fast in the spring for forage.

SMALL GRAIN CEREALS AS FORAGE: CROP SELECTION INTRODUCTION Small grain cereals can be a valuable forage to complement summer annuals and native grass pastures, and a good primary forage when backgrounding beef cattle.

For fall and spring pasture, producers can use winter wheat, rye, barley and triticale. A history of Rye Park Public School, / written by Gordon Alcorn [Rye Park Public School Centenary Committee] Rye Park, N.S.W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on FORAGE CROPS.

Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on FORAGE.Heavy or late-spring grazing can greatly reduce grain yields. Remove livestock from small-grain pastures to be harvested for grain when "jointing" of the crop is first observed.

Rye will begin to joint two weeks ahead of wheat and five weeks ahead of oats. Small grains are more commonly harvested for forage as silage or hay. The.