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With its dry stalk, millet is one of the easier summer annuals to use for a multi-cut dry hay system. It tolerates a broader range of soil conditions than sorghum sudan or sudangrass and has better-tillering capacity than the sorghums, but do grow in height a little slower.  Millet does not run the risk of prussic acid poisoning, is safe for horses, and is not affected by the sugarcane aphid.