Shawano County Forage Production Clinic – February 21 – 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Presentations (3 CEU credits for CCA available)

Demonstration Farm Update
~ Barry Bubolz, NRCS Area GLRI Coordinator

Barry will give an update about the work that has been done the past few years in the Lower Fox and Door/Kewaunee Watersheds plus the introduction of the concept of Demo Farms that will be coming to a portion of Shawano County in 2019.

Emerging Technologies in Manure Application

~ Doug Sutter, Vanderloop Equipment

Doug will cover emerging technology in manure separation options.  Current application equipment will be given an overview with cost benefit analysis on each.

Understanding the Silent Threat in Feed—Molds and Mycotoxins
~ Sarah Mills-Lloyd, DVM Agriculture Agent UW-Extension Oconto County

Sarah will share information on the effects on molds and mycotoxins on animals, feed testing options, and feeding principles when they are your dilemma.

Ruminating on Grass Alfalfa Mixes  

~ Kimberly Kassube Agriculture Educator UW-Extension Shawano County

Kimberly will discuss some of the benefits to feeding grass alfalfa mixes.

Global Insights, Local Impacts 
~ Britt O’Connell and Matt Tranel, Commodity Risk Management Group

Britt will talk about grain markets and Matt will talk on milk and cattle markets.

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