As I was feeding green corn stalks from sweet corn to the horses and day dreaming about haying, my dream and my reality quickly merged in my mind and I came up with an idea that I felt was almost genius. My idea is too plant silage corn in 12 inch rows, cut it down with a discbine as the cobs are starting to develop and aren't too hard for the cows or the baler and then plant millet on the same piece of ground too hay or graze. I ran the idea past dad; and after making a bunch of points as too why he thinks we should just silage the corn instead of doing all this he told me too get some numbers and facts. I already have cost but what I need is tonnage for the corn at this stage keeping in mind that I'll be cutting over the lower parts of the stalk where there's more nitrogen as I don't wanna kill my parents cows. I'd also like to point out that I live in Manitoba Canada where we're in the field about mayish and get frost about novemberish and good rain during end of august early september through 'till we get snow. Thanks for any help.