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Published April 06, 2018
The sixth annual state Forage Field Day will include more than 11 producer, University of Wyoming and industry presentations, plus field demonstrations Tuesday, June 12, near Lingle.
The event is sponsored by UW Extension and coordinated by Anowar Islam, forage specialist with UW Extension. Lunch will be provided.
A producers’ panel discussion is in the afternoon, and other topics include cover crops for forage; hay quality; low lignin alfalfa; soil health; how to manage weeds; irrigation strategies; potassium and harvest management; alfalfa, forage sorghum, chickpea, grasses and other forages; and integrating livestock into cropping systems.
Registration begins at 8 a.m., and the day concludes at 4:30 p.m. at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension Center (SAREC). Registration closes June 1 and is available online at bit.ly/wyoforage2018, or by calling SAREC at (307) 837-2000, Islam at (307) 766-4151 or the Goshen County Extension Office at (307) 532-2436.
For more information, call Islam at (307) 766-4151 or visit www.uwyo.edu/uwe/forage-field-day, which includes the full schedule.