Breakout sessions the second afternoon give a hint of range of topics, Horner says.
They include “Partial TMRs” (total mixed rations), “Attracting and Retaining Employees,” “Heifer Development from Birth to Calving,” “Ammoniating Tube Wrapped Baleage,” “Economics of Pasture Irrigation” and “Benefits of Dung Beetles in Pastures.”
Maps will be given at the conference to those taking optional tours on their way home.
Registration fees cover program and several meals. Early registration ends Sept. 30, with a late fee after that. For registration and other information, contact the MU Conference Office at 573-882-9558 or go to the conference website at dairy.missouri.edu/grazing/conference.