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Crops  >  Soil Management and Fertility  >  PM 3053B

Economics of Harvesting and Transporting Corn Stover

William Edwards

Consider the economic factors involved when deciding to harvest corn stover. Includes estimated costs involved in windrowing, baling, collecting/handling, and transporting. Also includes custom rates from the 2013 Iowa Farm Custom Rate Survey.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 01/2014
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