Carrington Extension middle beef manufacturing area tour set – Jamestown Solar

Winter rye as a canopy or grazing crop, hybrid rye as a feed grain, well being considerations, pen upkeep and weed management are a sampling of matters to be coated on the beef manufacturing area tour July 19 at North Dakota State College’s Carrington Analysis Extension Middle (CREC).

The middle’s

63rd annual area day

begins at 9 a.m. with registration, espresso and a welcome. The meat manufacturing tour will depart at 9:30 and proceed till midday.

The morning beef manufacturing tour is one in every of a number of excursions together with agronomy, northern hardy fruit and natural/sustainable agriculture provided through the area day. The afternoon session will concentrate on manufacturing programs, plant vitamin and plant pathology.

Subjects and audio system for this yr’s beef manufacturing program are:

  • Winter rye – Choice as preventive plant crop and fall/spring grazing – James Rogers, Extension forage specialist, North Central Analysis Extension Middle, Minot
  • Hybrid rye – A singular grain for cattle feed – Colin Tobin, animal scientist, CREC
  • Analysis replace – Soy hulls for livestock – Zac Carlson, Extension beef specialist, NDSU Division of Animal Science
  • Feeding cattle to complete – Outcomes of 2021 North Dakota Angus College and 2021-22 Dakota Feeder Calf Present Feedouts – Tobin
  • Feedlot pen upkeep – Mary Keena, nutrient administration specialist, CREC
  • Well being points for calves after blizzard and dust: what to anticipate this fall – Gerry Stokka, Extension veterinarian and livestock stewardship specialist, NDSU, Fargo
  • Excessive feed costs: What can we do? – Carlson
  • Weed administration within the feedlot – Joe Ikley, Extension weed specialist, NDSU Division of Plant Science, Fargo

An introduction of the brand new NDSU Animal Science division head, Guillermo Scaglia, might be supplied by Mary Keena, who can also be moderating the tour stops.
The CREC is 3 1/2 miles north of Carrington on U.S. Freeway 281.

For extra details about the meat manufacturing program and different CREC area day occasions, go to

. Direct any additional inquiries to Hoppe, Tobin or Keena at 701-652-2951 or by electronic mail at

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