05 March 2019 |

MU Extension hay school set for March 23 in Schuyler County

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Linda Geist
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University of Missouri Extension
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Story source: Darla Campbell, 660-457-3469

GLENWOOD, Mo. – Hay producers can learn how to grow forage and harvest quality hay at University of Missouri Extension’s Hay Production School, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, March 23, at the Schuyler County Community Center in Glenwood.

During the one-day workshop, MU Extension specialists will tell farmers how they can harvest quality hay more economically, says Darla Campbell, MU Extension field specialist in agribusiness.

Topics include soil testing and fertility, forages, weeds and insects, testing hay for nutrient quality, harvest, storage, and feeding. Farmers also can learn how to increase profits and reduce costs when selling hay. Specialists will give guidelines to help farmers decide whether it is more economical for livestock producers to grow their own hay or to buy it.

Register by March 19. Contact Darla Campbell at the MU Extension Center in Schuyler County at 660-457-3469 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Schuyler County Community Center is at 308 Main St., Glenwood.

Media contact:
Linda Geist
Writer
University of Missouri Extension
Phone: 573-882-9185
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Story source: Darla Campbell, 660-457-3469

GLENWOOD, Mo. – Hay producers can learn how to grow forage and harvest quality hay at University of Missouri Extension’s Hay Production School, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, March 23, at the Schuyler County Community Center in Glenwood.

During the one-day workshop, MU Extension specialists will tell farmers how they can harvest quality hay more economically, says Darla Campbell, MU Extension field specialist in agribusiness.

Topics include soil testing and fertility, forages, weeds and insects, testing hay for nutrient quality, harvest, storage, and feeding. Farmers also can learn how to increase profits and reduce costs when selling hay. Specialists will give guidelines to help farmers decide whether it is more economical for livestock producers to grow their own hay or to buy it.

Register by March 19. Contact Darla Campbell at the MU Extension Center in Schuyler County at 660-457-3469 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Schuyler County Community Center is at 308 Main St., Glenwood.

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