The University of Tennessee Making Forages Work Field Day will be held Thursday, July 26, at the Middle Tennessee Research and Education Center, Spring Hill. It will feature information about dealing with high fertilization costs and evaluating forage options. Other scheduled topics include establishing switchgrass and advantages of net-wrapping large bales. Grass management and cattle behavior sessions are also planned. Equipment demonstrations will showcase the newest ideas and technologies on the market for producing quality hay. Representatives will be available to answer questions about their hay-making tools.

Learn more by calling the Middle Tennessee Research and Education Center at 931-486-2129, or visit middletennessee.tennessee.edu/. Download a PDF form of the field day brochure at hayandforage.com/ehayarchive/makingforagework07.pdf.