Tri-County Field Day Returns

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black cattle grazing in pasture

Cattle grazing

After a 2-year Covid-forced hiatus, the fourth annual Tri-County Livestock & Pasture Management Field Day event will be held at the Van & Edna Ellis Farm located at 9517 Hampton Rd. in Rougemont, NC. on Thursday, September 22, 2022. This will be an all-day event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with lunch included and will be a great opportunity for producers of all livestock species to learn new techniques or technology that will positively impact their operations.

This Field Day is supported through a partnership between Soil & Water Conservation Districts and Cooperative Extension in Durham, Orange, and Person Counties. This year’s topics, presented by state experts, include: Pasture Management, Equipment (sprayer and no-till drill), Forage & Pasture Analysis, Hay Quality, Grazing Sticks, Weed Identification, and more. Pesticide credits are pending and four hours of animal waste operator continuing education credits have been approved. Register online at Tri-County Field Day   Or call the Extension Office. Hope to see you there.