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Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019

Mid-Missouri Grazing Conference

When:  Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Where:  
16th Annual Mid-Missouri Grazing Conference Thursday, January 31, 2019 K of C Hall in St. Martins, MO, 537 Hwy T., Jefferson City, MO 65109

Description:

16th Annual Mid-Missouri Grazing Conference
Thursday, January 31, 2019
K of C Hall in St. Martins, MO, 537 Hwy T., Jefferson City, MO 65109

Session Topics
Multi-Species Grazing
Stocker vs Cow-Calf Economics
Selecting Genetics for the Environment
Weed ID and Economic Impacts
Mineral Supplementation for Beef Cattle
Soil Testing and Interpretation more...

Registration:


The registration includes snacks and dinner.
Advanced registrations need to be received by Friday, January 18, 2019.
Make checks payable to:
Osage County SWCD
Mail to:
Osage County SWCD
1315 E Main Street
Linn MO 65051

Registration Fees: $30 per person
After January 18, 2019 or at the door, registration fees are $40 more...

Registration
deadline:

1/18/2019

Cost:

$30.00
After January 18, 2019 or at the door, registration fees are $40

Facilitator:

Gene Schmitz, schmitze@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Pettis County
phone: 660-827-0591




Winter Feeding Program (Survining the Drought) (Session 4 of 4)

When:  Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where:  
186 N Adams Avenue Ste D, Lebanon MO map...

Description:

The program inspires increased economic development and social viability in rural Missouri.

Session topic:

This winter will be a challenge in 2019 as the drought of 2018 has left its mark on the cattle industry in Missouri. This three-hour program is designed to address the winter pasture situation, the utilization of hay and grain to offset shortages, as well as meeting the needs of your cattle in their current condition. Topics covered will include but not be limited to pasture condition, types of hay, hay quality, hay testing, reading and understanding your hay test, feeding to meet the needs of your cattle, as well as making it to next spring’s grass as economically as possible. Remember not all cattle are treated equally and you may overfeeding / underfeeding without even knowing it.

Cost:

$0.00

Facilitator:

William Halleran, halleranw@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Hickory County
phone: 417-745-6767