Growing a successful maize crop

It is now the time of year, where we look at the results from harvest and decide whether this maize growing season has been a success. As a forage crop, maize is palatable, high in energy, starch rich and has a good ME – all of which contribute to improved milk and meat production.
Therefore, if your crop hasn’t produced the quantity and quality that you were hoping for this season, it may be that small changes to the way the crop is grown, could make a big difference to your results come harvest. If your maize has performed well this season, then looking at the finer details of growing a maize crop could enhance yield and nutritional value, whilst making maize production much more cost-effective.
At Wynnstay, our specialists provide bespoke advice on all aspects of maize crop management:

Segmentations of Maize

Of course, the factor which has greatest influence over the success of the crop is the weather, and this is totally out of our control. My advice to all growers is to apply attention to detail to every aspect of the crop’s management, and work with your Wynnstay specialist to ensure you are making the most effective decisions on inputs for your farm.

Maize silage additive is available from stock and can also be delivered at short notice.
Protect your investment with Wynnstay Corn.

Wynnstay Arable Department
01939 210555
To contact your local specialist or agronomist, please visit:
www.wynnstayagriculture.co.uk/meet-the-wynnstay-teams
Silage sheets and Clingseal are also available from Wynnstay Stores and
Wynnstay Agricentres, for store locations or to request a quote please visit
www.wynnstayagriculture.co.uk

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