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Dan and his son, Dary!, currently milk 91 cows,
producing 16,844 lbs. of milk and 644 lbs. B.F.
Dan feeds Haylage and Cornlage out of his 2580
HARVESTORP and High Moisture Ground Ear
Corn out of his 2070 HARVESTORE .
Dan previously handled his corn with a portable
grinder mixer, but he was discouraged because of
the tremendous amount of time and labor in
volved in handling his corn after it was stored in
the crib. Tired of grinding feed weekly with a
portable grinder, Dan decided to experiment.
During harvest, the corn was acid-treated and
stored on the barn floor. Acid-treating slowed up
field harvesting of corn because of the application
Harnishes found that acid-treated corn was
extremely corrosive on equipment. In three years
of feeding acid-treated corn, Dan found that his
elevator, augers and mixer wagon were rusted
Dan purchased a 2070 HARVESTORE to
handle his High Moisture Corn. He was able to
reduce labor, also, according to Dan, “The dairy
"ALL MY FRUSTRATIONS OF
HANDLING CORN ARE GONE"
Memories of the past are occasionally rekindled as the Harnishes walk
past the remains of the old, rusted-out mixer wagons and the parked
portable grinder on their way to feed the High Moisture Ground Ear Corn
outpf their HARVESTORE' Structure.
P.O. BOX 7
NEW HOLLAND, PA 17557
cows really like HARVESTORE' High Moisture
Corn much better than dry ground corn. My cows
reached a new high in r ß.F. production, peaking at
4.2% B.F. with a yearly average of 3.8%. All my
frustrations of handling corn for our cows are
gone no more time and money for grinding dry
corn and no more rusted equipment from acid
Daniel J. Harnish
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DAN VALE FARMS
Daniel J. & Lillian Harnish