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Forage School Recordings Available


            The 2015 Stored Forage Production School scheduled for January was cancelled due to low registration numbers.  However, the 2014 forage school was recorded and links from those presentations are available to anyone interested in those topics.  Various stored forage topics were presented over 3 sessions.  I am including the agenda from last year’s school to help locate presentations of interest within each session’s recording.

Forage School recordings

The agenda that was followed as far as topics and presenters:

2014 Forage Production School

Session 1:

What’s New in Forage Genetics:  Mark Sulc                      

What’s new in forage quality Evaluation:  Bill Weiss          

Annuals for double cropping: Rory Lewandowski and Jason Hartschuh


Session 2:

Economics of Cutting Management: Dianne Shoemaker    

What’s new in corn silage:  Bill Weiss                                

What’s new in weed control: Mark Sulc                              

Precision Ag Technologies: Rory Lewandowski and Jason Hartschuh


Session 3:

Forage Inventory Management: Dianne Shoemaker               

Shrink in silage/hay making:  Bill Weiss                             

What’s new in ag products: Mark Sulc                                   

Forage Fertility and Manure Use:  Rory Lewandowski and Mark Sulc      

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