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Forage and grazing conferences merge

The annual Southwest Missouri Spring Forage Conference and the Heart of America Grazing Conference are coming together for a combined two-day event on Monday, Feb. 26, and Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the University Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Mo.

The joint conference is designed for producers interested in learning more about management strategies for forages and livestock. Monday afternoon’s agenda offers four different sessions focusing on soil health on grasslands, followed by a social event, trade show and evening dinner.

On Tuesday, 45-minute breakout sessions will feature topics that include chemical weed control in pastures, understanding forage quality, grazing alfalfa, mineral supplements in pastures, incorporating sheep and goats into the cattle operation, beef genetics, getting top dollar for your calves, adapting to the forage growth curve and conditioning cows for pregnancy. The keynote luncheon speaker is Dave Pratt, who teaches the Ranching for Profit School in North America, Australia and Africa. He’s been instrumental in developing the Sustainable Ranching Research and Education Project and is co-founder of the California Grazing Academy.

More information and registration are available at SpringForageConference.com or by calling 417-532-6305, ext. 101. Pre-register by Feb. 16.

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