Best Practice Super Conditioning to Produce Quality Export Oats

  • 64 pages

  • Published: 26 Feb 2002

  • Author(s): Rural Direction Pty Ltd

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Super conditioning is a relatively new processing technique which is considered to add value to the haymaking process when compared to cutting alone. It is practiced by 70-80% of export hay producers using a variety of machine types. This project examines the effects of the super conditioning process itself, in terms of what it does to hay end quality, and it also examines the different machine types to determine similarities and differences between the machines.