The economics of haying operations have been changing over the past decade. The cost of production, equipment and supplies, land, water, seed and fertilizer along with the demand for much higher quality forages have dictated new management practices, products and methods, to ensure profitability.
Dyna-Cure is a hay conditioner is designed to improve the quality and manageability of hay forages. It works to give the natural curing process in hay an advantage. Dyna-Cure is simple and economical to apply with application equipment developed by Pacer Technology specifically for Dyna-Cure. This method of application allows for more efficient use of expensive harvesting equipment by giving the producer a management tool that adds to his flexibility.
How does Dyna-Cure Work?
Improves dry matter recovery and increases your return per acre.
Helps preserve the leaves and the small stems that contain 70% of the TDN in the plant.
Reduces respiration losses when applied at the swather.
Accelerates the curing process.
Stops the growth of molds and aerobic bacteria that promote spoilage, reduce hay palatability, and decreases nutrient value.
Dyna-Cure is stable, non-corrosive and safe to use.
Dyna-Cure is simple to apply at the swather.
Apply Dyna-Cure at the rate of 6 -9 oz/ton of dry hay with 32 - 64 oz of water in solution.
KeyAg recommends normal baling practices when using Dyna-Cure :
2 tie and 3 tie bales 17% to 22% moisture.
Round bales 15% to 20% moisture.
Large square bales less than 20% moisture.
CAUTION: Stem moisture must be below baling moisture. Obtain accurate readings with an electronic moisture tester.
More weight in the bale is more money in your pocket! Ask your KeyAg representative about the "Dyna-Cure Difference".
Dyna-Cure hay conditioner is designed to improve the quality and manageability of hay forages.
High quality hay produced with Dyna-Cure results in improved palatability, digestibility and overall feed value. This reduces waste and promotes more pounds of milk and more pounds of beef gained per ton consumed.
To produce high quality hay, alfalfa must be removed from the field quickly. Baling sooner gives the producer several advantages that affect overall yield per acre.
Reduce the risk of nutrient loss due to bleaching and weather.
Remove bales from the field quicker reducing wheel traffic damage to growing crowns.
Getting the hay off the field to reduce windrow pattern increases re-growth and can improve total yield substantially.