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Maycroft Hall

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Maycroft, AB

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Event description
Winter feeding options, cattle nutrition and drought; a whole systems approach.

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Agenda

  • Feed tests - sampling & analysis with Adam Shreck
  • Cocktail mixes, perennial pastures & drought management (indoor and outdoor presentations) - Graeme Finn
  • Genetics - Virgil Lowe
  • Winter feed & drought management in-field demonstration - Jim Lynch-Staunton

Details

  • Wednesday October 20, 2021
  • Meet at the Maycroft Hall (GPS coordinates 49.830094, -114.233644)
  • 9:30am to 3:30pm
  • Cost - $20.00 FFGA Members, $25.00 Non-Members (plus GST, lunch included)
  • We will be outdoors in the afternoon. Please dress for the weather.

**Please note that we are offering this workshop under the Restriction Exemption Program. You must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (within the last 72 hours) to attend**

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Written directions to the Maycroft Hall

  • On highway 22, turn west onto Twp Rd 101A (south of the Maycroft Provincial Rec area/Oldman River)
  • Continue west for roughly 7.5km and the hall will be on the north side of the road.

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Maycroft Hall

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Organizer Foothills Forage & Grazing Association

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The Foothills Forage & Grazing Association is a non-profit producer driven group that addresses issues, ideas, and innovations for forage and livestock producers in south central Alberta. FFGA strives to bring practical information and production strategies to producers by hosting demonstration projects, events and workshops, hands on days as well as networking with like-minded producers and sharing information through our monthly newsletter and social media.

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