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Published by Dairy Star LLC General Manager/Editor/Sales Mark Klaphake 320-352-6303 (ofce) 320-248-3196 (cell) 320-352-0062 (home) mark.k@dairystar.com Ad Composition Janell Westerman 320-352-6303 janell.w@dairystar.com Nancy Middendorf 320-352-6303 nancy.m@dairystar.com Consultant Jerry Jennissen 320-346-2292 President Dave Simpkins 320-352-6577 davesimpkins@saukherald.com Staff Writers Krista Sheehan - Assistant Editor SE MN/NE IA 507-259-8159 • krista.s@dairystar.com Jennifer Burggraff 320-429-1084 jennifer.b@dairystar.com Ron Johnson 320-429-1233 ron.j@dairystar.com Ruth Klossner 507-240-0048 cowlady@centurylink.net

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Kevin Eberling, pictured with his wife, Donna, and their daughters, Keona (9) and Kiele (6) Postville, Iowa; Allamakee County 110 cows How did you get into farming? I always knew I wanted to farm, but I didn’t really know I wanted to dairy farm until after high school. I farmed with my dad, Karlton, for seven years, starting in 1979. My dad passed away about seven years ago and I bought the farm from my mom. My brother, Mark, works for me on the farm. What is your farming philosophy? Always think outside the box, make the best of what you have and don’t be afraid of making changes. What do you enjoy most about dairy farming? I enjoy milking cows and cutting hay. What is the most challenging aspect of dairy farming? Dealing with feed prices and keeping the cash ow going. What is your favorite tool? I use my jackknife more than anything else. What is your favorite dairy product? Chocolate milk. What are your plans for the next ve years? Survive. We might increase our numbers a little, but otherwise keep things like they are. I plan on working a little more on genetics. What do you enjoy the most about this time of year? Harvesting corn. Were you able to get away from the farm this summer? We took the longest vacation we have ever taken; we went to Massachusetts for 10 days. My wife’s 12th grandfather was the rst governor of Massachusetts and there was a large reunion for all his descendants. We stopped at Gettysburg on the way back. I looked for cows the whole way and we enjoyed all the history.

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From Our Side Of The Fence

Patrick Brehm Peosta, Iowa Dubuque County 100 cows A) I’ve been helping my cousin out with his silage and I will start mine within the next week. We usually start when the moisture is right. B) We usually harvest as many acres as we have planted for silage, and what we get we get. We want the moisture at 62 to 68 percent; we don’t want it too wet because you lose nutrients. I’ve been doing a little green chop, but it just wasn’t quite ready to bag. We usually get six to seven tons an acre, but with the lack of rain this year we really won’t have a clue until we chop. The rains this year were very hit and miss, sometimes a small amount of rain at the right time made a heck of a difference. C) I use Cornelius seed corn because my friend sells it. We’ve been using it for a while and are happy with it. D) We haven’t started yet. We store it in bags, and do not use inoculants. My cousin’s yield has been down considerably; he’s getting half to three-quarters of his usual yield. Some elds have been really poor, other elds just a few miles away are closer to normal. E) The only testing we have done so far is for nitrates, and it tested okay. It will be interesting to see how it shakes out this year, and to see what the quality will be. The corn this year is sure not what we are used to looking at. F) I didn’t try anything different this year and I don’t yet have plans for next year. This drought does really make a person wonder what are we going to do if there is no substantial rainfall or snowfall by early April. I don’t think that will be the case, but you have to consider it. We’ve never had to worry about that before. G) We have about 250 acres, growing crops on 150 acres, with the remainder in pasture. We graze quite a bit, and we have a lot of crossbreds of all

Dale Torgerson Viroqua, Wis. Vernon County 40 cows A) I started Aug. 30. B) It was running anywhere from about 20 to 22 tons per acre. I tested it and the moisture was in the 65 percent range. It was drier than it looks. It was ready a lot earlier this year. I usually start harvesting a little before the middle of September. C) I actually plant just a grain variety. My custom chopper likes to come out here a little earlier, so it’s a little bit drier as silage corn. D) I put the corn we chopped in late August in a pile on the ground, packed it and covered it with plastic. I did use a silage inoculant, a Pioneer product. E) I haven’t had it tested yet, but I think the quality is going to be pretty good this year. It’s a little bit drier and I think we got the rains at just the right time here – at least right around Viroqua. It was fairly dry for quite a while. Then we got a twoinch rain right at pollination time. It really turned out well, I think. F) I guess everything will be pretty much the same. I haven’t tried anything different with my corn silage in recent years. G) My wife is Brenda. We have three girls – Erin (8), Katy Jo (5) and Myle (2). We crop 170 acres and normally grow corn, hay and soybeans. Brenda works in the billing department at Vernon Memorial Hospital. When I get a chance, I like to golf, and I recently went on a shing trip to Canada.

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A) When did you begin harvesting corn silage? B) How many tons did you harvest at what moisture? C) What varieties do you plant for silage? Why? D) How was your yield and how did you store it? E) How does the silage quality compare to other years? F) Did you try anything different this year that you liked? G) Tell us about your farm. Tom Hoscheit Caledonia, Minn. Houston County 200 cows A) We started Aug. 28 and nished on Aug. 30. We chopped a little over 100 acres. B) We harvested about 2,600 ton that averaged about 65 to 66 percent moisture. C) We used a 110-day late maturing Pioneer seed for our corn silage. It's always taller and we usually get more tons per acre. It's very high energy corn and stays greener longer. D) We store it in a bunker silo and did not use any inoculants. We had 180 bushels. E) We have not tested it yet, but it should be pretty good. F) We switched to a liquid starter when we planted the corn. It really brought the corn through the dry season. It's denitely a plus and we'll continue to use it in the future. G) I farm with my son, Cole. We raise all our own replacement heifers and the males up to about 700 pounds. We raise corn, soybeans and alfalfa on our land.

David Zellmann Young America, Minn. Carver County 60 cows A) We started Aug. 28. B) We had about 400 tons with the moisture at 65 percent. C) We used DeKalb 5509 Smart Stack Grain Variety 105 day / High grain yield D) Yield was about 24 tons an acre. We stored 209 bushels in Ag Bags. Yes, we do use inoculants. E) It is not tested until we open the bags. F) We switched to twin rows last year and raised our population from 32,000 to 36,000, which raised our yields. We won’t change anything for next year. G) I’ve been farming in partnership with my brother Jamie, since I graduated from high school in the early 1990s. We milk cows and grow corn, soybeans and alfalfa. We also have a concrete and masonry business that we’ve been doing since the mid 1990s. It’s a full family farm operation where everybody pitches in to help, including both of our wives when they can (they both work off the farm), my two boys and our Dad, Clarence.

Richard Callstrom and his sons, Adam and Carl Red Wing, Minn. Goodhue County 40 cows A) We started on Aug. 27 and were nished on Aug. 29. We chopped about 36 acres. B) We harvested about 900 to 1,000 tons. Moisture was at about 67 to 70 percent. C) We don’t plant corn specically for silage. We plant the corn for grain, then take some as silage. We use Pioneer because we have a good dealer who gives us good service. D) Our corn silage yielded between 25 and 30 tons per acre. It is stored in a bunker. We used an inoculant from Pioneer. E) We haven’t tested it yet, but plan to test it in about three weeks. I think it should be an average year with good quality because we’ve had timely rain and plenty of moisture. We live in the right area this year. F) We cultivated most of the corn. It’s something we hadn’t done for several years, but I think we’ll continue doing it. We had some really hard rain this spring after we planted it and the ground got hard. We thought we should loosen it up and I think it did a lot of good. G) I farm with my two sons, Adam and Carl. In addition to our dairy herd, we have 40 beef cows. We feed out about 300 steers each year. We raise 1,100 acres of corn, alfalfa and soybeans.


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Dairy Star • Saturday, September 8, 2012 • Page 19

“... part of our quality management.” — Lee Muehlenhardt

HALQUIST FARMS — Lee & Mary Muehlenhardt BELLE PLAINE, MINNESOTA — Milking 380 cows Production: 75 lbs/cow/day (2x) SCC: 80 - 90,000 “We’ve been using Udder Comfort™ for six years for mastitis cows and fresh animals. We like the blue spray to see how we are applying it,” says Lee Muehlenhardt.

“Now, we have a track record as third best SCC at the creamery, keeping counts consistently below 100,000. That means about 70 cents/ cwt in milk bonuses.

Lee and his wife Mary, son Scott, and daughter and son-in-law Nate and Shari (Gerdis) operate Halquist Farms, Inc., which has been in Mary’s family for four generations. They milk 380 cows, raise the youngstock and grow crops near Belle Plaine, Minnesota. Scott’s wife Beth is a school teacher.

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“Our method is to use Udder Comfort right away as soon as we see something, like swelling or flakes in a quarter. We put it on 4 to 5 days (after each milking) and that generally brings things back. We also do this for our fresh animals after they calve,” Lee explains. “We notice a big difference in how cows respond. We have fewer chronics in the herd and our SCC has steadily improved. “At one time we had counts over 400,000. We really worked through it, and a lot of things have come together to improve it.

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Over 600 items with pictures updated daily • Go to www.midwestmachineryco.com UTILITY TRACTORS 9 - JD 2640, 2wd, w/ 146 ldr ..............................$16,900 6 - JD 5300, 2wd, w/ 510 ldr, 2,310 hrs, ‘93........$14,900 5 - JD 5085M, MFWD, w/ 563 ldr, 2,100 hrs, ‘11.$40,500 9 - JD 5085M, MFWD, w/ 563 ldr, 500 hrs, ‘09....$45,000 5 - JD 5603, MFWD, w/ 542 ldr, 2,320 hrs, ‘08....$42,500 4 - JD 6100D, MFWD, w/ 563 ldr, 390 hrs, ’11. . . .$54,900 4 - JD 6320, MFWD, w/ 640 ldr, 6,296 hrs, ‘05....$45,000 6 - JD 6603, 2wd, 4,200 hrs, ‘04..........................$22,500 6 - JD 6603, MFWD, 6,000 hrs, ‘07......................$42,500 8 - JD 6430, MFWD, 560 hrs, ‘07.........................$68,000 9 - JD 6430, MFWD, 115 hrs, ‘10.........................$76,500 COMBINES 2 - Case 1666, 2048 hrs, ‘92..............................$41,900 1 - JD 9500, 2092 sep hrs, ‘95...........................$45,000 4 - JD 9510, 2631 sep hrs, ‘97...........................$59,000 2 - JD 9510, 3525 sep hrs, ‘98...........................$55,000 5 - JD 9550, 1675 sep hrs, ‘02...........................$89,000 8 - JD 9600, 1500 sep hrs, ‘96...........................$63,000 6 - JD 9610, 2029 sep hrs, ‘98 ..........................$49,000 2 - JD 9610, 2000 sep hrs, ‘99...........................$59,500 4 - JD 9610, 2010 sep hrs, CM, ‘98 ...................$57,500 6 - JD 9610, 2124 sep hrs, RWA, ‘98.................$74,000 5 - Case 2388, RWA, 1455 sep hrs, ‘06...........$142,000 5 - Case 2388, RWA, 917 sep hrs, ‘06.............$152,000 2 - Case 2588, 1112 sep hrs, ‘08.....................$190,000 3 - JD 9560STS, 1065 sep hrs, ‘05..................$155,000 2 - JD 9650STS, 1707 sep hrs, LL, ‘00..............$92,500 5 - JD 9650STS, 1932 sep hrs, LL, RWA, ‘01. .$102,500 3 - JD 9660STS, 1867 sep hrs, ‘04..................$130,000 1 - JD 9660STS, 1125 sep hrs, ‘05..................$149,500 6 - Gleaner A66, 516 sep hrs. ‘09....................$169,000 4 - JD 9670STS, 245 sep hrs, ‘11....................$245,000 5 - JD 9750STS, 3250 sep hrs, ‘01....................$79,000 5 - JD 9750STS, 2350 sep hrs, ‘00....................$89,000 3 - JD 9750STS, 1945 sep hrs, ‘01..................$109,000 2 - JD 9750STS, RWA, 1508 sep hrs, LL, ‘01 . $119,900 5 - JD 9760STS, RWA, 2447 sep hrs, ‘06 .......$145,000 7 - JD 9760STS, 1765 sep hrs, ‘04 ................$145,000 3 - JD 9760STS, 1366 sep hrs, ‘08..................$155,000 7 - JD 9760STS, 2065 sep hrs, ‘05..................$137,500 8 - JD 9760STS, RWA, 1362 sep hrs, ‘04 ......$165,000 6 - JD 9760STS, RWA, 1145 sep hrs, ‘05........$169,500 9 - JD 9770STS, 545 sep hrs, ‘08....................$205,000 3 - JD 9770STS, RWA, 1072 sep hrs, ‘08........$207,000 8 - JD 9770STS, 422 sep hrs, ‘10....................$232,000 2 - JD 9770STS, RWA, 642 sep hrs, ‘10..........$257,500 5 - JD 9770STS, 272 sep hrs, ‘11....................$259,000 9 - JD 9770STS, RWA, 200 sep hrs, ‘11..........$290,000 8 - JD 9770STS, RWA, 112 sep hrs, ‘11..........$299,000 6 - JD 9770STS, RWA, 86 sep hrs, ‘11............$299,000

6 - JD 9860STS, 1556 sep hrs, AutoTrac, ‘04. .$144,000 6 - JD 9860STS, RWA, 1585 sep hrs, ‘06........$174,000 6 - JD 9870STS, RWA, 1101 sep hrs, ‘09........$249,000 7 - JD 9870STS, RWA, 673 sep hrs, ‘08..........$249,000 3 - JD 9870STS, RWA, 720 sep hrs, ‘09..........$260,000 1 - JD 9870STS, RWA, 347 sep hrs, ‘11..........$309,000 2 - JD 9870STS, RWA, 184 sep hrs, ‘11..........$319,000 FORAGE EQUIPMENT 6 - JD 7250, RWA, 100 hrs, ‘12 Coming In 6 - JD 5460, RWA, 4320 hrs, ‘78........................$28,500 6 - JD 6850, RWA, 2943 hrs, ‘98.....................$110,000 6 - JD 6850, RWA, 1650 hrs, ‘00.....................$137,500 6 - JD 7400, RWA, 1338 hrs, ‘04.....................$178,000 6 - JD 7500, RWA, 1336 hrs, ‘05.....................$197,500 6 - JD 7800, RWA, 1358 hrs, ‘06.....................$195,000 6 - Claas 870, RWA, 1980 hrs, ‘01...................$149,000 2 - JD 3970, pull-type, ‘93..................................$11,500 9 - JD 3975, pull-type, ‘06 .................................$19,000 6 - JD 3975, pull-type, ‘04, KP............................$24,500 6 - JD 645A, forage hay head, ‘03......................$17,500 6 - JD 645B, forage hay head, ‘07......................$21,850 6 - JD 645B, forage hay head, ‘05......................$22,850 6 - JD, 6 Row forage corn head..........................$22,500 6 - Kemper 6008, forage corn head...................$42,500 6 - JD 686, forage corn head, ‘00.......................$39,500 6 - JD 686, forage corn head, ‘06.......................$48,000 6 - JD 686, forage corn head, ‘08.......................$54,000 6 - JD 770, forage corn head, ‘11.......................$89,500 HAY EQUIPMENT 7 - MF 1745, rd baler, ‘08...................................$13,900 8 - NH BR780, rd baler, ‘05.................................$19,900 8 - Vermeer 605M, rd baler, ‘08.........................$18,000 8 - Vermeer 605M, rd baler, ‘08.........................$20,000 4 - JD 458S, rd baler, ‘07....................................$23,900 6 - JD 458S, rd baler, ‘11....................................$28,500 2 - JD 467, rd baler, ‘05......................................$19,900 4 - JD 467, rd baler, ‘05......................................$19,900 5 - JD 467, rd baler, ‘06......................................$22,900 7 - JD 468S, rd baler, ‘10....................................$26,500 6 - JD 468S, rd baler, ‘11....................................$28,500 5 - JD 468S, rd baler, ‘11....................................$28,500 4 - JD 468S, rd baler, ‘11....................................$29,900 9 - JD 468, rd baler, ‘09 ....................................$29,000 8 - JD 468, rd baler, ‘10......................................$28,500 5 - JD 567, rd baler, ‘04......................................$19,000 6 - JD 567, rd baler, ‘03......................................$19,750 2 - JD 567, rd baler, ‘04......................................$20,000 5 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘09......................................$31,900 6 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘11......................................$35,900 2 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘08 .....................................$36,500 7 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘11......................................$37,500

6 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘10......................................$37,500 7 - JD 568, rd baler, ‘12......................................$41,900 8 - JD 854, rd baler, ‘10......................................$28,500 8 - JD 4995, windrower, ‘03, 14.5’ hd................$75,000 6 - JD 4995, windrower, ‘05, 14.5’ hd................$72,500 6 - JD 4995, windrower, ‘07, 16’ hd...................$89,800 7 - JD 735, MoCo, ‘07.........................................$19,900 2 - JD 735, MoCo, rolls, ‘05................................$19,950 2 - JD 735, MoCo, imp, ‘05................................$20,350 6 - JD 835, MoCo, ‘08, 11’ 6”.............................$23,000 6 - JD 945, MoCo, ‘99.........................................$12,500 9 - JD 946, MoCo, ‘00.........................................$16,900 5 - JD 946, MoCo, rolls, ‘11................................$29,800 SKID STEERS 2 - Bobcat S250, 1808 hrs, ‘09..........................$27,900 8 - Bobcat S650, 2200 hrs, ‘10..........................$29,000 5 - Gehl 4240E, 36 hrs, ‘11................................$22,500 4 - CAT 252B, 890 hrs, ‘06.................................$23,900 2 - JD 250, 692 hrs, ‘01......................................$15,500 6 - JD 260, 2360 hrs, ‘03....................................$18,500 6 - JD 317, 1700 hrs, ‘07....................................$17,500 1 - JD 320, 1208 hrs, ‘07....................................$19,900 4 - JD 325, 2447 hrs, ‘08....................................$23,700 8 - JD 325, 1400 hrs, ‘09....................................$27,500 3 - JD 318D, 79 hrs, ‘11.....................................$31,900 6 - JD 318D, 74 hrs, ‘12.....................................$32,900 7 - JD 318D, 251 hrs, ‘11...................................$29,900 6 - JD 320D, 454 hrs, ‘10...................................$26,900 4 - JD 320D, 675 hrs, ‘10...................................$29,500 2 - JD 320D, 320 hrs, ‘11...................................$32,900 5 - JD 320D, 34 hrs, ‘11.....................................$34,900 7 - JD 320D, 37 hrs, ‘12.....................................$35,900 6 - JD 326D, 250 hrs, ‘10...................................$33,500 4 - JD 326D, 250 hrs, ‘11...................................$33,900 6 - JD 326D, 563 hrs, ‘10...................................$33,900 5 - JD 326D, 905 hrs, ‘11...................................$33,900 4 - JD 326D, 100 hrs, ‘11...................................$37,000 2 - JD 326D, 221 hrs, ‘11...................................$38,500 1 - JD 326D, 92 hrs, ‘12.....................................$39,200 9 - JD 326D, 200 hrs, ‘11...................................$38,500 5 - JD 328D, 1635 hrs, ‘11.................................$31,500 1 - JD 328D, 515 hrs, ‘10...................................$35,900 4 - JD 328D, 628 hrs, ‘11...................................$36,900 8 - JD 328D, 450 hrs, ‘11...................................$38,900 8 - JD 332D, 150 hrs, ‘12...................................$44,500 6 - JD 332D, 20 hrs, ‘11.....................................$46,900 4 - JD 332D, 40 hrs, ‘12.....................................$46,900 4 - JD 319D, track loader, 180 hrs, ‘11...............$41,000 4 - JD 323D, track loader, 10 hrs, ‘12.................$49,500

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