Virtual Field Day presentations include discussions on preconditioning calves, breeding replacement beef heifers, winter weed management, soil fertility, and clover utilization in pastures.
Dr. Mike Salassi, Program Leader for Plant & Animal Sciences, welcomes you to the 2021 Dean Lee Research and Extension Center's Virtual Beef & Forage Field Day.
Dr. Tara Smith, Central Region Director, welcomes you to the 2021 Dean Lee Research and Extension Center’s Virtual Beef & Forage Field Day.
Dr. Ron Strahan, Associate Professor, compares the use of Glyphosate, Pastora, and Rezilon for control of volunteer ryegrass in hay meadows.
Drs. Ed Twidwell and Wink Alison, Extension Forage Specialists, explain the utilization of cool season clovers into beef cattle grazing operations.
Dr. Scaglia, Professor, discusses the benefits and practical application of implementing a preconditioning program for beef calves.
Dr. Edwards, Assistant Extension Agent and Coordinator, reviews management practices and principles producers may implement when breeding beef heifers.
Vince Deshotel, Extension Agent, explains how soil nutrients and health affect soil fertility and forage production for beef cattle operation.
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