BRANDON, S.D. – The latest in forage production will highlight the agenda of the Northern Plains Forage Association (NPFA) annual meeting and educational seminar on December 1, 2023.
This event is an excellent opportunity for networking and gaining insights into forage-related topics. The event is open to everyone, and membership in the NPFA is not a prerequisite for attendance.
The agenda for the day is packed with informative sessions starting at 12:00 p.m. with lunch, followed by presentations from esteemed speakers like Dr. Dan Undersander from the University of WI Madison and Rebecca Kern-Lunbery of Ward Labs.
Topics range from Alfalfa Leaf Loss and its impact on yield and quality to the evaluation of grass in rotations using NIRS. Other subjects include alternative forages in grain rotations and integrating soil health into forage production.
The meeting also includes a segment dedicated to NPFA business discussions, offering a comprehensive overview of the association’s activities and plans. The event concludes at 4:30 p.m.
The program is free to NPFA members with a $10 registration fee for non-members.
This meeting is not just an occasion to learn about the latest in forage production but also a platform for professionals and enthusiasts to connect and share knowledge. Continuing education credits will be available for CCAs, making it a valuable event for career development in the agricultural sector.