Advanced Grazing School to Focus on Warm-Season Annuals

The topics on the agenda are related to pasture renovation and establishment and summer and fall grazing options.
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Adding warm-season grasses into a grazing system can help livestock producers better manage the summer months, when cold-season pastures typically take a hit. Producers can learn how these forages might enhance their operations by attending the Advanced Kentucky Grazing School on Aug. 17 at the University of Kentucky (UK) Spindletop Research Farm, in Lexington.

The one-day event is for producers who have attended at least one other UK grazing program. This year’s event is hosted by the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment; the Kentucky Beef Network; and the Kentucky Forage and Grassland Council.

During the program participants will receive in-depth information and important grazing concept reminders from forage and animal specialists at UK and from throughout the Southeast. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. EDT.

The topics on the agenda are related to pasture renovation and establishment and summer and fall grazing options. The program will also include demonstrations and hands-on activities including calibrating no-till seeders and ATV sprayers

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