STOCKTON, Mo. — “Warm season grasses can be useful in economically meeting cattle nutritional needs during the summer months,” says Patrick Davis MU Extension Regional Livestock Field Specialist. Therefore, Davis along with MU Extension Regional Agronomy Field Specialist Terry Halleran will be conducting a Warm Season Grass Cattle Grazing Workshop on the evening of March 18th beginning at 6:00 p. m. at the O’Bannon Bank Community Room at 1347 South Ash Street, Buffalo, MO 65622. The workshop will be limited to 10 participants, masks will be required, and social distancing will be practiced in accordance with MU Extension COVID-19 guidelines.
“This workshop will cover establishment, management and proper cattle grazing of warm season grasses,” says Davis. The workshop will look at how to utilize native as well as introduced perennial and annual warm season grasses and legumes in cattle operations.
The event is free but please register by March 17th by contacting the Dallas County MU Extension Center at (417) 345-7551 or online at https://extension.missouri.edu/events/warm-season-grass-cattle-grazing-workshop-buffalo. For all other question contact Davis at (417) 955-0287 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Missouri Extension
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