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Hay to Haylage - What Do I Need to Know?

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Hay to Haylage - What Do I Need to Know?

Time: December 9, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Grey Ag Boardroom
Street: 206 Toronto St.S
City/Town: Markdale
Website or Map: http://www.ontarioforagecounc…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: information, session
Organized By: Ontario Forage Council
Latest Activity: Nov 30

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Event Description

Have you ever considered feeding haylage to your horses, but don't know where to begin?  Join us for this informative afternoon to learn how to introduce haylage into your horse's diet!  Topics will include:

  • Hay vs. Haylage, challenges & benefits - Christine O'Reilly, OMAFRA Forage/Grazier Specialist
  • Vaccinations specific to feeding haylage - Markdale Veterinary Services
  • Differences from an equipment perspective - Maplelane Farm Service & Tubeline Manufacturing
  • Feeding haylage panel - Hear from people with experience feeding haylage.

Space is limited for this event, and is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Please register to secure your seat! 877-892-8663.

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