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 Ho-tel & Convention Center, Camp Hill (near Harrisburg).

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

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, Agricul-ture and Engineering Service at 607-255-7654 or visit its Web site at