Increased quality, profitability topics at Wyo. Forage Field Day
A farmer-focused event will provide sessions to help improve alfalfa and forage production to increase quality and profitability.
The Wyoming Forge Field Day is Thursday, May 30, in Powell with the focus on alfalfa production from seed to harvest.
“This is a great opportunity for producers to have individual conversations with leading researchers and forage expertise,” said Jeremiah Vardiman, northwest area agriculture and horticulture educator with University of Wyoming Extension.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. with refreshments followed by a welcome at 8:30. Lunch is provided, but attendees need to RSVP by Monday, May 27.
Morning information sessions are at the Park County Fairgrounds, 655 E. 5th, and afternoon workshops are at the Powell Research and Extension Center (PREC).
The schedule includes:
8:45 a.m. – Optimizing Alfalfa Production and Quality: From Seed to Harvest
9:30 – Alfalfa Research in Wyoming
9:45 – New Highly Digestible Alfalfas: An Update
10:10 – Vendor show
10:45 – Irrigation Management: System Maintenance and Economics
11:10 – Alfalfa Weevil Management Updates
11:35 – Utilizing Forage Soybeans for Silage and Haylage
Noon-1:10 p.m. – Lunch and vendor show
1:10 – Travel to PREC
1:15 p.m. – PREC highlights
1:20 – Managing Weeds in Hay
1:45 – Fertility Requirements for Silage and Field Corn
2:10 – Center Pivot Management
2:35 – Demonstration of Insect Scouting in Alfalfa
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