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Cover Crop Grazing 2020 (Online) - The Costs and Financial Benefits of Grazing Cover Crops

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Cover Crop Grazing 2020 (Online) - The Costs and Financial Benefits of Grazing Cover Crops

Time: November 24, 2020 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Online
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/c…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: by OMAFRA, BFO, OSF
Latest Activity: Oct 20

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Grazing Cover Crops 2020 is going online this year. Join us and hear from sheep and beef producers across Ontario discuss the benefits of grazing cover crops. Each webinar will also feature a presentation from an OMAFRA specialist.

November 10 (7pm - 8pm) - Using Annual Forages to Extend the Grazing Season

Kim Sytsma (Leeds) with Christine O’Reilly, Forage and Grazing Specialist

November 17 (7pm – 8pm) - Grazing Cover Crops with Sheep

Mike Swiderky (Dufferin) with Jake Munroe, Soil Management Specialist

November 24 (7pm - 8pm) - The Costs and Financial Benefits of Grazing Cover Crops

Mike Buis (Chatham) with John Molenhuis, Business Analysis and Cost of Production Program Lead

Please note that registration provides you with access to all 3 webinars.
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