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Saturday, January 21 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Forage Opportunities and Challenges with Cover Crops

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Have you considered adding cover crops to your management system, but aren’t quite sure how they could fit in?  Join UNH Cooperative Extension presenters Heather Bryant and Carl Majewski and UVM Extension’s Dan Hudson as they describe some preliminary results from on-farm demonstration projects and discuss both the potential benefits (Extra forage! High quality!) and challenges (Timing! Potentially high ash content!) with double cropping systems with corn and/or small grains, and even some pasture.


Heather Bryant

UNH Cooperative Extension
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Dan Hudson

Agronomist, UVM Extension
Daniel Hudson serves the Northeast Kingdom and Connecticut Watershed as an agronomist and nutrient management specialist for University of Vermont Extension and is available statewide and regionally as needed. Daniel's work focuses on improving farm profitability and overall sustainability via efficient production of high quality crops.
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Carl Majewski

UNH Cooperative Extension
Carl Majewski has been with UNH Cooperative Extension since 2002. Working with the Dairy, Livestock, and Forage Crop team, Carl’s work has focused on field crop production, including finding ways for farms to make better use of forages.

Saturday January 21, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
Captain's Room

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