Season 2, Episode 24
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This episode's podcast guest is with Jared Coley, of Setac, a silage and feed covering company in Idaho's Magic Valley. Jared talks about the business of covering silage piles and haystacks, and the feed loss associated with piles not protected. If it’s not the tarp covering keeping out the oxygen on a silage pile, 12-18 inches of moldy, rotted surface will eventually seal it out – your choice. As much as 10% feed loss can happen with unprotected feed, and that gets expensive.
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