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Upcoming Events
  • Jun 23 Silage Management: Storage and Feeding Managing silage correctly directly relates to feed efficiency and storage losses. Poor feed efficiency and storage losses heavily impact your farm economically. Join us on June 23, 2021 for an in person, hands on meeting concerning proper silage care including compaction, face management and handling/feeding. Our speaker will be Dr. Francis Fluharty, Department Head UGA Animal & Dairy Sciences. Dr. Fluharty is an expert at making, storing and feeding silage.
    • Eatonton, GA - (38.0 Miles)
  • Jul 20 Forage & Pasture Series: Hay Production This is part 3 in our FREE 5 part series on forages and pastures. Join us to hear UGA Extension Forage team members discuss hay production in forages. Sign-up for the series and attend whichever sessions interest you.
    • Virtual Event
  • Sep 21 Forage & Pasture Series: Forage Quality This is part 4 in our FREE 5 part series on forages and pastures. Join us to hear UGA Extension Forage team members discuss forage quality. Sign-up for the series and attend whichever sessions interest you.
    • Virtual Event
  • Nov 9 Forage & Pasture Series: Grazing Management This is part 5 in our FREE 5 part series on forages and pastures. Join us to hear UGA Extension Forage team members discuss grazing management in forages. Sign-up for the series and attend whichever sessions interest you.
    • Virtual Event
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Beef Tips 'n Advice
  • Managed Grazing from a Distance Managed Grazing from a Distance Posted by on May 4, 2021 Jennifer Tucker, Assistant Professor – Beef Nutrition and Forage Management As the face of the American farmer changes, so do some of the methodologies, technologies, and results.  This is no different for the young cattlemen trying to get started in the business or starting new roots away from the family...
  • Video: A Look at Ultrasound Scanning for Carcass Traits Posted by on Oct 28, 2020 Dr. Pringle scanned the bulls at the Calhoun Bull Evaluation on October 15th. This information is primarily used by purebred cattle producers to better understand carcass trait genetics in their herds. The data is submitted to a lab for processing and then on to the respective breed association to be...
  • The Georgia Beef Challenge Posted by on Sep 17, 2020 If you have producers that are looking for an alternative means of marketing or would like to capture performance and carcass merit data, the Georgia Beef Challenge may be the ticket. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Regards, Jason Duggin
  • On Target Posted by on Aug 24, 2020 Angus Advisor: Southeast (October 2020) Jason Duggin  “Wile E. Coyote”, Super Genius, was always on target, or so he thought. I’m sure you recall the cartoon where he was always going just a little too fast before he realized he had run off the cliff. Beef production requires setting targets to...
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