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Summer planted oats . . . these can’t be the ones Grandpa grew!. Stan Smith OSU Extension-Fairfield County Curt Stivison Fairfield County SWCD. Forget everything you thought you knew about oats!!.

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summer planted oats these can t be the ones grandpa grew

Summer planted oats . . . these can’t be the ones Grandpa grew!

Stan Smith OSU Extension-Fairfield County

Curt Stivison Fairfield County SWCD

quality of oats no tilled into wheat planted 8 15 2005 sampled 2 3 2006
Quality of Oats No-tilled into WheatPlanted 8/15/2005 Sampled 2/3/2006

Leaves and Stems Leaves Only

Moisture 6.25% 5.56%

Crude Protein 11.62% 11.57%

ADF 44.21% 43.49%

TDN 56.80% 56.80%

Net Energy

Mcal/100# 41.3 42.0

this is what oats can do for you
This is what oats can do for you

Planted July 10, 2007 after Wheat

46# Nitrogen

Dry Matter 9321#

10% Protein

September 19,2007

Planted July 10, 2006 after Wheat

27# Nitrogen

Dry Matter 7000#

15% Protein

September 27, 2006

Photo 9/23/06, seeded with 2 bu. of feed oats, 27 lbs N, baled ~ 7 tons of 15+ % protein forage dry matter 10/0

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80# Armour Oats Aerial Broadcast onto Corn August 26, 2003Cost $22.00 Dry Matter 1604#Corn Harvested October 25, 2003

October 23, 2003

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110# Oats Aerial Broadcast onto Soybeans September 4, 2007 Dry Matter 1120# December 19, 2007 15.27% Protein/21.23% ADF/33.88 NDF/73.93% TDN Cost $30.00

late planted oats forage
Late planted oats = forage
  • Plant after the equinox, up til early September
  • Plant 64 to 120 pounds
  • Plant the cheapest oats you can find
  • No-til, lightly til, broadcast
  • Fertilize?
  • Multiple grazings and/or harvests?
let s look at the costs
Let’s look at the costs
  • 100 pounds of oats @ .16 = $16
  • Planting
    • No-till, $15 / acre
    • Aerial seeding, $10 - $13
  • Fertilizer, ~ 40 units of N @ 60 cents
  • P & K removal = 14 lbs P (.55), 50 lbs K(.40)
  • P & K removal for oats are essentially the same as for any hay crop.
  • Total costs = < $55/acre + $27.70/T (P&K)
  • Yield = 0.5 to 5 ton/ac of HIGH QUALITY feed!
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No-tilled into Wheat Stubble July 7, 200746# NitrogenDry Matter 4686#10.43% Protein/40.48% ADF/47.92% TDNSeptember 18, 2007
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No-tilled into Wheat Stubble August 15, 200745# Nitrogen Applied Dry Matter 6203#11.36% Protein/39.9% ADF/61.47% NDF/48.73% TDNDecember 19, 2007

things we know
Things We Know
  • Oats can supply quality livestock feed at a reasonable cost throughout the fall and winter.
  • Dry matter amount doubles between 4 weeks and 6 weeks.
  • Oats can be harvested many ways.
  • July planted oats have smaller leaves than August planted oats.
  • Quality does not change much after frosted.
  • Differences from year to year in yields and quality are mostly weather related.
  • Despite the drought in 2007, in most cases summer planted oats out yielded perennial hay crops.
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