Deadline for Nov. issue is Oct. 23
Annual Forage and Grassland Meeting
Ryan Goodman, who maintains the website agricultureproud.com with about 11,000 followers, will discuss then need for interaction between the ag industry and non-ag society. He will explain the opportunities of social media in agricultural relations. Other topics include preventing herbicide resistance in pasture weeds, managing nuisance wildlife, and techniques for low-cost heifer development.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the meeting begins at 9 a.m. CST. A $25 registration fee covers the cost of membership in the Tennessee Forage and Grassland Council and lunch. The meeting will conclude by 3 p.m. CST.
“This meeting is a great opportunity for any farmer who’s looking to produce forage and grasses as profitably as possible,” says Bates. “This is where Tennessee’s top producers will be, and if they can't help you, they’ll know the other good producers in your area.”
An accompanying trade show offers producers a look at and a lesson about the constantly changing technology necessary to make the best decisions for their farms and for their buyers. The day’s events include a silent auction provided by the major seed, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies participating in the tradeshow.
For more information about the Tennessee Forage and Grassland Council, contact your county's UT Extension office or Bates at 865-974-7208 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UT Extension is the outreach unit of the UT Institute of Agriculture. With an office in every Tennessee county, UT Extension delivers educational programs and research-based information to citizens throughout the state. In cooperation with Tennessee State University, UT Extension works with farmers, families, youth, and communities to address problems and issues at the local, state and national levels.
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