MU Extension Equine Forage Program

  • Face to Face

Description

This educational two-evening program from University of Missouri Extension will cover pasture evaluation, forage identification, toxic plants, tall fescue toxicosis and other health-related issues, forage physiology and growth, soil resources, horse grazing behavior, how grazing impacts forages, how to decide if a pasture needs renovated, and horse hay (nutrient needs, quality, and sampling). A portion of each evening will be spent outside (weather permitting) in a pasture with the remainder of the session in the meeting room.

A light supper will be provided; please let us know if you have special dietary needs.

Please register by Tuesday, September 28. 

Contact us immediately if you need accommodations because of a disability, need to relay emergency medical information or need special arrangements if the building is evacuated.

For more information about the program, contact Amie Schleicher, MU Extension field specialist in livestock, at 660-744-6231 or [email protected], or Wayne Flanary, MU Extension field specialist in agronomy, at 816-279-1691 or [email protected].

Cost: $70

The registration fee includes two evenings of educational presentations, program materials, and a light supper.

Partners:
Weston Red Barn Farm

Sessions (6pm - 9pm)
10/5/21
10/12/21

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