LAMAR, Mo. — University of Missouri Extension will be doing a workshop titled Alfalfa 101: Establishing a stand, starting production, harvesting, feeding and economics on the afternoon of July 24th. Workshop will begin at 4:00 p. m. and be held at the University of Missouri Extension Center of Barton County, 801 East 12th Street, Lamar, Mo. 64759.
Speakers and topics covered include:
- Pat Miller, MU Extension Regional Agronomy Specialist, Nevada, Mo. – Alfalfa Stand Establishment, Starting Production, and Harvesting
- Patrick Davis, MU Extension Regional Livestock Specialist, Stockton, Mo. – Feeding alfalfa to cattle
- Wesley Tucker, MU Extension Regional Agriculture Business Specialist, Bolivar, Mo. – Economics of growing alfalfa
Cost of the workshop is $30 per person and registration along with fee payment needs to be done by July 23rd to the University of Missouri Extension Center of Barton County (801 East 12th Street, Lamar, Mo. 64759). Fee includes meal and handouts. To register, or for more information please contact the University of Missouri Extension Center of Barton County at 417 – 682 – 3579 or by email at email@example.com.
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— University of Missouri Extension
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