The weather experienced during the fall is crucial to determine the average level of forage yield. As warm and moist weather typically results in greater forage yield than cool and dry weather conditions, management practices also help maximize forage yield. Although the weather plays a large part in determining fall forage production along with management, there are also differences among wheat varieties in forage production potential. This is why every year the K-State Wheat Production Group compares the forage yield of severely commonly grown wheat varieties and upcoming lines. Read here to learn more from them.