UT Institute Of Agriculture To Host Fall Forage Field Day

SPRING HILL, TENN.
   Livestock producers looking to be more economical and extend their grazing season should make plans to attend the Fall Forage Field Day at the University of Tennessee Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center.
   The event is scheduled for Tuesday, September 9, at 4 p.m. CDT. This year is the first time the forage field day has been held in the fall, and the program topics will reflect the seasonal change. University and industry experts will lead sessions on warm-season grass stockpiling, cool-season grass establishment and drill and sprayer calibration.






  Producers looking to extend their grazing season
  should make plans to attend the Fall Forage Field Day
  on September 9, 2014, at the Middle Tennessee AgResearch
  and Education Center in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Among the
  planned program topics are warm season grass stockpiling,
  a heifer fertility study and establishing cool season grasses.

  Photo courtesy UTIA









   The sessions will take place at the Bull Test Center Conference Room, located on the AgResearch Center property.  The field day will wrap up at 7 p.m., when attendees will be treated to a sponsored dinner.  There is no cost to attend, but advance registration is requested. To pre-register, contact Calvin Bryant, UT Extension Lawrence County, 931-762-5506 or email ibryant1@utk.edu, by Monday, September 8.
   Event participation will garner one commercial applicator point in Categories 1, 10 and 15.
   The Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center is located on Highway 31 across from the General Motors Plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee. For more information, including directions, go online to middle.tennessee.edu or call 931-486-2129.
   The event is co-sponsored by UT AgResearch and UT Extension. ∆
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