Prairie Estates Genetics News

Give Your Farm A Future with Dependable Forage

Thoughts On Feed Efficiency From PEG’s Director of Forage and Nutrition Dependable forage is a critical need for Dairy farmers. For many, the future of their farm depends on the seed they buy today. Andy Bohnhoff (DVM), Prairie Estates Genetics’ Director of Forage and Nutrition, helps our dairy farmers with feed efficiency. A nutritionist’s job […]

Nutritionist Hired To Provide Dairy Producer Support

PEG’s Addition Of An On-Staff Nutritionist Provides Dairy Producers With Expertise And Experience Prairie Estates Genetics (PEG) continues to grow and support dairy producers. The company determined it was important to provide the support of a nutrition expert as part of PEG’s roster of forage management personnel. The company hired Dr. Andrew (Andy) G. Bohnhoff, […]

Reflection And Planning Ahead

Now that planting season is behind us, it’s time to reflect how things went and start planning for next year. Here are some recommendations from PEG Senior Forage Manager, Carl Key: Erratic stands can be caused by uneven planting depth, planter issues, disease, insects, soil crusting, low germ seed, planting before soil temperatures are warm […]

Tips At The Planter

So many things go into making a good crop. Agriculture comes with many unknowns like the weather, environment, or other unforeseen factors. With input costs rising, it’s important that, as farmers, we do the best we can to ensure a great silage crop this fall. Although there are a lot of things we can’t control, […]

Spring Activities At Prairie Estates Genetics

Springtime brings renewal along with a frenzy of activity. What goes on at PEG during the Spring? Jordan Counihan, PEG’s Administrative Assistant, provides some insights, saying, “I spend most of my days coordinating with Forage Managers to prepare loads for shipments and managing the inventory. I also work on Spring and Summer events, like our annual kickoff […]

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