Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop


Cattle Cooling off After Grazing Toxic Tall Fescue
Cattle That Did Not Consume Toxic Tall Fescue
Cattle Affected by Toxic Tall Fescue
Image of the Endophyte in Tall Fescue

Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop

The University of Georgia is partnering with The Alliance for Grassland Renewal to host a Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop on Thursday, March 15th in Calhoun, GA.

Toxic tall fescue can cause detrimental affects to livestock including fescue foot, reduced weight gains, and lower reproductive performance. This workshop is intended to provide you with the tools and information you need to renovate toxic tall fescue pastures and establish novel tall fescue varieties.

 


LOCATION:

Gordon County Extension Office

282 SR 53 Spur SW - Suite 200

Calhoun, GA

DATE:

Thursday, March 15, 2019

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

COST:

Early Registration:

$70 per person / $100 for two people from the same farm

Late Registation:

$85 per person / $120 for two people from the same farm

Topics Include:

Fescue Toxicosis: Symptoms and Causes

Economics

Establishment and First Year Management

Seed and Endophyte Testing

Long Term Pasture Management

Company Products

Incentives

Producer Panel

TO REGISTER ONLINE, CLICK HERE

**NOTE: Once you "Add to Cart" you can choose if you are registering for one person or two people**

TO REGISTER BY CHECK:

Make checks payable to: Alliance for Grassland Renewal

Please Include: Name, Address, Phone Number & Email Address with Check. 

Mail Check to:

Attn: Cathy Felton

1420 Experiment Station Rd.

Watkinsville, GA 30677