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Face coverings: Masks are welcome, not required, per university policy.

Best Field First: A Forage Planning Series

Sep 14 - Oct 26, 2022
Classes will be held every other Wednesday from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Session I
September 14th - Using Potential & Current Forage Yield in Management Decisions

Session II
September 28th - First work session with the instructor (pre-requisite - Session I)
October 12th - Second work session with the instructor (pre-requisite - Session I)

Session III
Access on your own - Supplemental Information online

Session IV
October 26th - NRCS Landowner Conservation Programs


Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Shelby Filley

Comuníquese con los organizadores del evento para confirmar que este evento se llevará a cabo en español o para solicitar interpretación en español u otras adaptaciones.

This educational program assists forage producers in making decisions on managing pastures and hay ground. Topics include using maps to determine physical soil properties, estimate current and potential production, and form management units. This information is then used to take soil samples for fertility testing and to make agronomic, and economic input decisions. Part of this process includes the option of selecting to focus work on your best field first. This can help producers prioritize funding for inputs and time spent on multiple fields. At the completion of the program custom reports will be provided which will be useful in future classes and consultations on forage production.

  • Participants registering after September 14th will have to view a recording of Session I.
  • All participants should attend live or watch the recorded Session 1 prior to joining the remainder of the sessions.
  • Course repeats spring and fall of most years. If you miss one set of sessions, you may join future sessions at no additional cost beyond initial registration.
  • No refunds.

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