March 4, 2013
It costs more to produce and feed a bale of hay than most cattlemen realize.
A webinar entitled “What Is the Real Cost of Making and Feeding Hay” will be held at 10 a.m. CST on Wednesday, March 6.
This webinar is an opportunity for cattlemen and forage producers to learn more about the economics of making and feeding hay. This webinar is sponsored by the Forage Focus program of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.
Jennifer Johnson, Extension agronomist and Walt Prevatt, Extension economist, will discuss bermudagrass physiology, production and management and waste as well as the economic factors affecting the costs of making and feeding hay.
Questions for the speakers can be submitted during the webinar via e-mail and will be answered during the webinar.
The webinar will also be recorded so it can be viewed at any time after March 6. Information on how to connect to the live stream can be found at www.aces.edu/events/index.php. You may want to bookmark this page now so you can check back for connection information in the future.
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