LOCKWOOD, Mo. – Cattle producers will hear how to grow warm-season grasses for better nutrition and profits at a free Feb. 1 workshop in Dade County.
University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist Jill Scheidt tells producers how to develop and manage warm-season grasses.
MU Extension livestock specialist Patrick Davis shares how warm-season grasses offer better nutrition for cattle.
The workshop begins at 1 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church and School, 212 W. Fourth St., Lockwood, Mo.
Davis suggests making reservations for the free workshop by Jan. 31. Contact him at 417-637-2112 or email@example.com.
MU Extension, the NRCS and MU Grasslands Project sponsor the event.