The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

April 22, 2014

Beef Cattle Association field day is Thursday

RICHMOND — Make plans to attend the Madison County Beef Cattle Association field day on Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The event will take place at the farm of Dr. Eugene Bowling, 1437 Barnes Mill Road in Richmond. Signs will be posted.

This meeting qualifies as a CAIP educational component.

The program includes:

· Pasture-weed ID walk and control options: Brandon Sears, Madison County Ag Agent, and Rick Winn, Southern States

· Sprayer set up, nozzle selection, and considerations: Dr. Tim Stombaugh, UK Ag Engineering

· Fly control options with vet gun: David Bennett, Agrilabs territory manager

A meal will be served, so please call 623-4072 to let us know you will be attending. Special thanks to Agrilabs and Central KY Ag Credit for sponsoring the meal. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs!

Do your part to keep the voice of beef producers strong! If you haven’t renewed your Madison County Beef Cattle Association membership, you can do that by contacting any of your local board members or by calling the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association office at 859-278-0899.

Forage tip: Common vs. certified seed

Once you have selected a forage variety, it is recommended to buy a quality seed that is high in germination rate and free of weed seed. Buying certified seed guarantees that the requirements for both of these parameters has been met and should be the first purchasing option.

Non-certified seed, or common seed, does not guarantee a certain level of performance as the specific variety is unknown, whereas certified seed has met federal and state requirements to verify that performance has not been compromised or contaminated via cross pollination with lower-producing varieties. Once a seed source has been located, be sure to order seed well in advance of planting to assure that it will be available when needed.

Educational programs of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin.

 

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