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UC studies small grains, forage costs

A new study examining the cost of producing small grain silage in the southern San Joaquin Valley and a study examining the cost of producing winter forage for silage in the northern San Joaquin Valley are now available from the University of California Cooperative Extension.

The studies — Sample Costs to Produce Small Grain Silage and Sample Costs to Produce Winter Forage (for Silage) — were prepared by UC Cooperative Extension farm advisors Brian Marsh, Kern County; Steven Wright, Tulare County; Carol Collar, Kings County; Ron Vargas, Madera County; Michael Canevari, San Joaquin County; Marsha Campbell-Mathews, Stanislaus County; UCCE specialist Karen Klonsky and UC research associate Richard De Moura, UC Davis.

The studies are available at the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics' Web site,, or by calling (530) 752-4424, or from the local UCCE office. Written requests may be sent to the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis CA 95616.

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