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Alfalfa hay production field day set for May 19

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NEWTON, Miss. -- Landowners and producers who want to learn more about alfalfa production can attend a workshop next month in Newton.
The Mississippi State University Coastal Plain Branch Experiment Station will host an alfalfa hay production and equipment demonstration May 19.
The workshop, which begins at 9 a.m. and runs until 3:30 p.m., is divided into morning and afternoon sessions. The morning session will involve presentations on alfalfa establishment, fertility management, harvest methods, pest control and economic analyses. The afternoon session will offer a cutting, baling and wrapping demonstration featuring several manufacturers and local equipment dealers. A lunch will be provided.
America’s Alfalfa is sponsoring the workshop.
To preregister for the free event, contact Jenna Mosely at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 601-683-2084. The station is located at 51 Coastal Plain Road outside of Newton.

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NEWTON, Miss. -- Landowners and producers who want to learn more about alfalfa production can attend a workshop next month in Newton.
The Mississippi State University Coastal Plain Branch Experiment Station will host an alfalfa hay production and equipment demonstration May 19.
The workshop, which begins at 9 a.m. and runs until 3:30 p.m., is divided into morning and afternoon sessions. The morning session will involve presentations on alfalfa establishment, fertility management, harvest methods, pest control and economic analyses. The afternoon session will offer a cutting, baling and wrapping demonstration featuring several manufacturers and local equipment dealers. A lunch will be provided.
America’s Alfalfa is sponsoring the workshop.
To preregister for the free event, contact Jenna Mosely at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 601-683-2084. The station is located at 51 Coastal Plain Road outside of Newton.

News Type: 
Feature Story
Filed Under: 
Forages
Share: 
Writer: 
Mr. Robert Nathan Gregory
Contacts: 
Dr. Brett Rushing Rushing

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