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NOVEL TALL FESCUE RENOVATION SCHOOL

February 23, 2016

 

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

MU Southwest Research Center
14158 Hwy H
Mt. Vernon, MO

In addition to fescue foot, toxic tall fescue reduces livestock weight gains and lowers reproductive performance. Come learn about novel endophyte tall fescue and say “Goodbye and Good Riddance” to profit-robbing toxic tall fescue.

 Fescue Toxicosis: Symptoms and Cause
 Economics
 Establishment and First Year Management
 Seed Testing
 Long-Term Pasture Management
 Company Products
 Incentives
 Producer Panel

Advanced registration due by Monday, March 21, 2016: $60.00 individual or $110 couple
Late/Door Registration: $75 individual or $125 couple
Includes: Meal, Refreshments & Proceedings
Enrollment limited

Name_______________________________________________
Address______________________________________________
City/Zip______________________________________________
Telephone____________________________________________                                   e-mail_________________________________________
Send to:   Lawrence Co. Extension Center, Courthouse, P.O. Box 388, Mt. Vernon, MO 65712 Make Checks Payable To: Alliance for Grassland Renewal

For more information:  Eldon Cole; ColeE@missouri.edu or (417) 466-3102
http://grasslandrenewal.org/

Alliance Partners:
AgResearch USA    Barenbrug    DLF Int’l Seeds    Pennington    Mountain View Seeds    Noble Foundation     Agrinostics    Dow AgroSciences MFGC/GLCI    USDA-NRCS
MU CAFNR    MU Extension    Forage Producers    Livestock Producers
Forage and Grassland Foundation, Inc.

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