RIch Muck, U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center ag engineer, will discuss a recently completed packing study as well as suggest ways to better store forage during his part in the forage seminars at World Dairy Expo.
Forage production, storage and feeding techniques will be examined in a series of dairy-forage seminars during World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI, early next month.
The seminars are scheduled for Oct. 2-5. They will look at differences in making alfalfa and grass silage, reducing hay and haylage heat damage, using forage fiber analyses to help increase milk production, keeping pace with improved forage testing options, using propionic acid to make more hay and more.
World Dairy Expo, recognized as the largest dairy event in the world for producers and industry professionals, will host more than 70,000 visitors at the Alliant Energy Center. U. S. Dairy Forage Research Center and University of Wisconsin Extension specialists will speak as part of the forage seminar schedule.
The seminars will take place at the Dairy Forage Stage in the Arena Building. For more information, visit worlddairyexpo.com.
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