Ohio Beef School webinar
Van Wert County,
Forage management after the drought, and looking forward
Feb 26, 2013
Many Ohio Extension offices will serve as host
740.653.5419 x 24
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Forage production took a huge hit during the drought in 2012 and the damage to perennial forage stands may be permanent. During this 2nd session of the 2013 Ohio Beef School we'll take a look at repairing the damage and creating a sustainable and cost effective forage management plan for 2013 and beyond.
The 2013 Ohio Beef School will follow a format similar that used in the past as each session will be broadcast locally via an internet link at a variety of locations around Ohio. If interested in attending one of these host locations, contact your local or a nearby Ohio State University Extension office to ask if their winter programming plans include hosting the Ohio Beef Cattle Schools. A listing of the host locations can also be found in the December 19, issue #815 of the Ohio BEEF Cattle letter at the Ohio State University Extension Beef Team's web site.
You can also participate in the 2013 Ohio Beef Cattle School even if you are unable to attend one of the host locations. Those wishing to participate in the school through a high speed internet link from their home may contact John Grimes, OSU Extension Beef Coordinator at email@example.com to register. There is a $25 registration fee for this home internet link option. Login details will be forwarded upon receipt of your payment and e-mail address. Send your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and check payable to "The Ohio State University" to: John F. Grimes, OSU Extension Beef Coordinator, 1864 Shyville Rd., Piketon, OH 45661 by February 22.
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