New forage research and technology, as well as forage cutting management strategies, will be a few of several topics covered at an upcoming Ohio Forage Production School.

Geared toward forage and livestock producers with an emphasis on dairy cattle, the course will be held Jan. 30, Feb. 4 and Feb. 11 from 12:45-3:30 p.m. each day. It is sponsored by Ohio State University Extension. The course will be offered in six counties using interactive video feeds and in-person speakers.

Other topics to be covered include forage fertilization and optimal manure utilization, double-cropping systems, controlling shrink, forage inventory management, production economics and corn silage production and use.

The course fee is $45 and the deadline to register is Jan. 17. For additional information and a registration form, download this brochure.

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