Lucerne silage becomes crucial for breeding sheep during prolonged dry spell

By John Thistleton

Finely chopped and buried for years as silage, lucerne ferments and smells sickly sweet when damp, and is being dumped to feed thousands of breeding ewes on Oxton Park, a major sheep-grazing and cropping enterprise near Harden in southern NSW.

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