MT. MORRIS, N.Y. — New to the NWNY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team’s lineup this year is Forage Congress scheduled for February 28th at the Genesee River Restaurant & Reception Center, 134 N. Main St, Mt. Morris, NY. This event covers timely topics recommended by the region’s producers.
Other topics to be discussed by a Cornell University researcher, Cornell Cooperative Extension and local crop consultant.
- Building your Whole Farm Plan From the Ground Up
- Precision Feeding – High Forage Economics
- Low Lignin Alfalfa in Mixture with High Quality Grass
- Bag vs. Bunk Storage – Pros & Cons, a Large Dairy Case Stud
- Soybean Insect and Weed Pest Management
- Double Cropping – What’s the Latest
Always a favorite, the afternoon will feature a panel of producers answering your questions on double cropping. The discussion will be led by Tom Kilcer, Advanced Ag Systems.
Registration fee is $35 per person for those enrolled with the team, $50 if not enrolled, includes morning refreshments & hot buffet lunch. Late registration after February 21 and walk-ins will be $50. Certified Crop Adviser credits will be available.
Lunch is sponsored by King’s AgriSeeds.
PLEASE PRE-REGISTER to guarantee a lunch: Call Cathy Wallace, 585.343.3040. ext. 138 or email@example.com. Registration is also available on the team’s website at http://nwnyteam.cce.cornell.edu/ under Upcoming Events.
—Cornell Cooperative Extension
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