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When we use to grow silage barley we used Bonanza and Brier. I can not remember which is the newer variety of the two. We grew the older one first then switched to the newer variety. Some years we were up to 8-10 tonne of silage per acre. If you do not add manure back to the silage ground it can remove a lot of potash out of the soil causing problems in future if you do not put it back with potash fertilizer.

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