Maryland-Delaware Virtual Forage Conference (Session 2 of 2)
Time & Location
About The Event
University of Maryland Extension, University of Delaware Extension, and the Maryland-Delaware Forage Council invites forage producers, grazers, livestock owners, and associated industry personnel to attend the upcoming Maryland-Delaware Virtual Forage Conference in January 2021.
The virtual conference will be held over two partial days on January 14, 2021 and January 19, 2021 beginning at 9 AM each day.
The featured speakers for this upcoming conference are Drs. Chris Teutsch and Dan Undersander. Dr. Teutsch is an Associate Professor and the Forage Extension Specialist at the University of Kentucky and will be speaking on ‘Strategies to Boost Summer Production Using Warm Season Forages’. Dr. Undersander is an Emeritus Forage Professor with the University of Wisconsin and will be speaking on ‘Drying Hay When Mother Nature Doesn’t Cooperate’. Other topics will include pasture renovation, weed management for pasture and hayfields, maintaining forage stand persistence, and optimizing soil fertility for forages.
Registration is free but is required to attend. Participants are welcome to join for one or both sessions; CCA, Nutrient Management, and Private Pesticide Applicator Credits will be offered at each session. For full details and registration information, please visit https://go.umd.edu/forage. If you have questions or need assistance please contact your local county extension office or Amanda Grev at email@example.com or 301-432-2767 x339. We will miss seeing everyone in person this year but are happy to be able to host this conference virtually and hope it will be an engaging and informative opportunity. Hope to ‘see’ you there!