Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  'forage'  -  Page 2
Latest

Iowa Forage & Grassland Council Winter Conference

By   /  November 26, 2018  /    /  No Comments

The Iowa Forage and Grasslands Council will return their annual meeting and conference to Des Moines. On November 26-27, 2018 featured speakers including renowned grazing consultant Jim Gerrish, and Byron Shelton, Senior Program Director of the Savory Institute will present to the IFGC membership and industry at the Des Moines Airport Holiday Inn . The […]

Read More →
Latest

11th Eastern Native Grass Symposium

By   /  September 17, 2018  /    /  No Comments

The 2018 event will feature the latest information from renowned presenters and exhibitors, best management practices and field tours showcasing the progressive use of native grasses and forbs in a host of diverse applications. It all takes place at Erie’s beautiful Bayfront Convention Center on the shores of Lake Erie.

Read More →
Latest

Silvopasturing when Planning for Profit with Livestock

By   /  May 15, 2018  /    /  No Comments

Speaker and farm owner, Joe Orefice, a Cornell Natural Resource Specialist, will be presenting field management techniques as he demonstrates how to evaluate a forested area for timber and as a feed source for livestock.  Participants will be walking with Joe as he identifies plants and trees, and shows how a working silvopasture plan can bring […]

Read More →
Latest

Alabama Forage Conference

By   /  November 28, 2017  /    /  No Comments

Please join us at the biennial Alabama Forage Conference in Eufaula, AL November 28 and 29, 2017. The two day event will include a preconference tour of the Wiregrass Research and Extension Center in Headland, AL and a full day of workshops at Lakepoint State Park in Eufaula, AL. The theme for 2017 is ‘Regenerative […]

Read More →
Latest

Adding Summer Annuals to Your Pastures

By   /  June 3, 2013  /  Forage, Grazing Management, Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on Adding Summer Annuals to Your Pastures

When cool season perennials take a vacation during July and August, dropping off in quality and yields, summer annuals might pick up the slack for you. Here’s a quick look at some of your options in case you want to get planting right now. We’ll follow up with more in-depth information in future issues.

Read More →
Translate »