Hay Production School
Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Meeting is in Robertson Hall, in the Bates County Museum, Butler, MO. Directions: 1) From North or South on I-49 take the Butler/Amoret/West 52 Exit, 2) Turn East off of the ramp onto W. Fort Scott Street, 3) Take the 3rd Left (north) onto Sunset Dr., 4) At the "T" turn right (east) onto W. Mill Street, 5) Take the 1st Left (north) onto Elks Drive. The Museum is on the left about 1/2 mile up Elks Drive.
802 Elks Drive, Butler MO map...
Agricultural specialists from the University of Missouri Extension will make presentations and generate discussion that will help livestock producers get the most out of their land, time, and hay equipment. Specific areas of attention include: Economics & Budgeting, Forage Options, Testing & Quality Issues, Fertility Management, and Nutritional Needs of Grazing Animals.
Hay Production School - Topics covered include: Economics & Budgeting, Forage Options, Testing & Quality Issues, Fertility Management, and Nutritional Needs of Grazing Animals.
Call the Bates County Extension Center, (660) 679-4197 by Wednesday, February 19 to receive the registration rate of $15. After February 19, (at the door) registration will be $20.
$20 after February 19 (at the door).
Mark Jenner, email@example.com
College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, MU