Forage Quality: How to Improve, Assess, and Feed More Forage

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Forage Quality: How to Improve, Assess, and Feed More Forage

Cool-season perennial forages are the backbone of dairy farms in the Northeast. Make sure you’re getting the most out of them from field to bunk! Learn the basics of forage quality including focusing on field and environmental conditions that affect forage quality and ways to manage/mitigate them. CEU CM 1.5 credits available.

Dr. Sidney Bosworth is a retired Extension Agronomy Specialist where he served for 30+ years providing research, outreach and education on forage crop management and utilization, forage quality, pasture and grazing management, and pest/weed management.

Kurt Cotanch is an independent Dairy Nutrition consultant working as Barn Swallow Consulting. He has spent many years in the dairy industry focusing on nutrition, forage quality and rumen function. He will share information on ‘More Forage, Less Grain’.

Location:

Online

Address:

278 S MAIN ST STE 2
SAINT ALBANS, VT 05478-2071
United States

Cost:

Free

Contact Name:

Susan Brouillette