Dudley Smith Farm field day June 21

Field day on livestock issues, nutrient management practices for row crops

Angus cows graze on cover crops. (USDA via Flickr)

PANA, Ill. — University of Illinois Extension and the Christian County Farm Bureau are hosting a field day at Dudley Smith Farm near Pana, Illinois, to inform attendees about the latest research in drainage water management and livestock nutrition. Subjects will include:

–       Denitrifying bioreactors

–       Beef cattle grazing systems research

–       Cover crop implementation

Who:    For row crop and beef cattle producers.

When:  June 21, 2017. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m.

Where: Dudley Smith Farm, located at 2200 E 550 N Rd, off of Rt. 29 just north of Pana, Illinois.

How:    Registration is free, and lunch is included. Participants must register by June 16, 2017 at For more information, contact Mellisa McMillan at 217-824-2940 or

— University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

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