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Regional Forage Workshop

Fri, Jan 20th, 2012
Posted in Agriculture

"Making Great Silage" and "Silage Additive - When Should You Use Them" will be topics of featured speaker Richard Muck, USDA Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison Wisconsin at the 2012 Tour de Forage to be held Monday, February 6, in Rochester at the Clarion Inn (formerly Holiday Inn South). Registration begins at 9:30 am with the program beginning at 9:50 am.

Other topics include: "BMR or Conventional Corn Hybrids: Profit/Cow or Profit/Acre," Jim Paulson, U of M Extension; "Forage Potassium: Evil Villain or Just Misunderstood," Noah Litherland, U of M Extension; and "Fertilizing Alfalfa Fields with Manure: Pluses, Issues, and Concerns," Jose Hernandez U of M Extension.

The Regional Forage Workshop: "Tour de Forage" is conducted in cooperation with the Midwest Forage Association, agribusiness sponsors, and U of M Extension staff. You can get the details and registration information by going to www.midwestforage.org or www.extension.umn.edu/forages.

If you pre-register by January 27 it is $25.00 or you can register at the door for $30.00. For questions on presentations contact Jim Paulson 507-536-6310

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