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Forage webinar aims to save ranchers money

Forage stockpiling and other cool-season options to be discussed

Adam Russell

July 20, 2020

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Shelley E. Huguley

A forage webinar on the reduction of winter feeding by stockpiling warm-season forages and/or planting cool-season pastures will be hosted on Aug. 21 by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.

“Planning ahead and looking at the economics of all options is important to every producer's bottom line,” said Vanessa Corriher-Olson, AgriLife Extension forage specialist. “Whether you’re forgoing a late-season cutting to stockpile grazing forages or considering cool-season forage options, this webinar can help you avoid unnecessary costs and maximize production efficiency.”

The program will be presented by Corriher-Olson, and Jason Banta, AgriLife Extension beef cattle specialist, both in Overton.

Topics include:

–        Stockpiled forage management and utilization.

–        How many acres of stockpiled forage and winter pasture do you need?

–        Cool-season forages and variety selection.

–        Establishment and fertilization.

–        Monthly and seasonal forage production potential.

–        Appropriate mineral supplementation.

–        Estimated costs for various scenarios.


The three-part forage webinar begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. The fee is $35, and the deadline to register is noon Aug. 19.

Electronic copies of slides and other program materials will be available prior to the program, and all sessions will be recorded and available for later viewing by registrants.

Contact technical support at 979-845-2604 or [email protected] if there is a connectivity issue. For more information on this program, contact Michelle Sensing at 903-834-6191.

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Adam Russell

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