All aspects of growing, harvesting, storing and feeding dairy-quality silage will be covered by more than 35 speakers from across the U.S. at a Jan. 23-25 conference in Pennsylvania. Mycotoxins and nutrient management will also be discussed at the Silage for Dairy Farms Conference, to be held at the Radisson Penn Harris Hotel & Convention Center, Camp Hill (near Harrisburg).

A number of speakers will deal with aspects of the following topics: managing nutrients through forages, producing crops for silage, sources and management of mycotoxins, forage harvesting, silage storage strategies and silage feeding considerations.

Speakers include agronomists, animal and crop scientists, engineers, nutrient management planners, plant pathologists and veterinarians.

Registration is $285. For more information, contact the Natural Resource, Agriculture and Engineering Service at 607-255-7654 or visit its Web site at