The results of grazing and forage studies, and a new study on cow and bee movement patterns are among the topics for the July 9 field day at NDSU's Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near Streeter, North Dakota
The field day will run from 4 to 7 p.m., followed by a meal. Center scientists will discuss:
• A patch-burn grazing study
• A modified rest-rotation and twice-over rotation grazing study
• Performance of beef cattle managed in two overwintering environments
• Heifer development using different mineral strategies on pasture
• Alfalfa and cover crop studies
• A pollinator study using radio telemetry and bumble bees
For more information, contact Sandi Dewald at 701-424-3606.
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