Stockton, Mo.-“Southwest Missouri forage and
livestock industry depends on proper hay production,” says Regional MU
Extension Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis. Therefore, MU Extension will provide an
educational opportunity to farmers on proper hay production and how to capture
value on their investment.
MU Extension is collaborating
with S&H Farm Supply, Heritage Tractor, and Crown Power and Equipment to
provide a three-night regional hay school.
The school will begin at 6:00 p. m. until 8:30 p. m. on the evenings of March
31st, April 2nd and 7th at the Immanuel
Lutheran Church and School at 212 West 4th Street, Lockwood, Mo.
65682. MU Extension Agriculture
Specialists will educate the public on topics that include:
- How and when to produce quality hay
- The economics of hay production
- The agronomic impact on the soil
- Cattle nutrition and hay feeding
The fee for the
three-night school is $35 per person. To
attend, register by contacting the Dade County MU Extension Center at (417) 637-2112
and mail fee to 2 North Main Street, Greenfield, Mo. 65661 by March 27th. In addition, you can register online at https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/regional-hay-school-lockwood-mo.
by the deadline. A meal will be provided
each evening thanks to our cooperating businesses.
For more information on
the school, please contact the Dade County MU Extension Center or Patrick Davis
at (417) 276-3313 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.