Quality forages in the field are key to quality feed in the bunk. From agronomy to harvest to feeding, these experts discuss best management options.
Ashley Knapton, Pioneer Canada; Hilary Prinzen, Trouw Nutrition; Dr. Ray Reynen, Merck Animal Health [Moderator]
What does it take to make and maintain big soybean yields...and profits?
Dr. Dave Hooker, UGRC; Horst Bohner, OMAFRA
Learn how to get the most out of on-farm trials; and how to make them work with management zones.
Dr. Elizabeth Hawkins, OSU; Warren Schneckenburger, Morrisburg; Ben Rosser, OMAFRA
From pH to ammonia, every manure is different. Chris explains what to look for, and what management strategies will help you maximize the value of your manure.
Christine Brown, OMAFRA
From broadcast to Conceal, 2X2 band to strip till, Ben assesses placement options and outcomes.
Mike Schouten, North Gower; Ben Rosser, OMAFRA
Disease update for Eastern Ontario and what are the best management strategies to reduce their impact.
Albert Tenuta, OMAFRA
Mike walks you through resistant weeds, herbicide trait technologies, and using the Crop Protection Hub to determine weed control strategies.
Mike Cowbrough, OMAFRA
Cover crop benefits can take time to show, but what about their impact on the bottom line? Rob and Laura discuss the realities of long-term cover crop value.
Dr. Rob Myers, UMSL; Dr. Laura Van Eerd, UGRC
Steve brings his vast experience in the grain markets to help you make informed marketing decisions.
Steve Kell, Kell Grain Elevators
National and farm scale research from Germany on different subsoil constraints to productivity and the options available to manage them.
Dr. Oliver Schmittmann, University of Bonn, Germany
What's the best way to create management zones that work for your fields?
Caleb Niemeyer, UG
Cover crops, tillage, residue...how can we manage these tools to influence spring moisture and temperature?
Dr. Elizabeth Hawkins, Amanda Douridas, OSU
All conference sessions are available until March 31st, 2024.