Taking an environmentally sensitive approach to pest management


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Eric Bailey
University of Missouri
Animal Science
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Ashley Conway-Anderson
University of Missouri
School of Natural Resources
573-882-6304
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Forage and Livestock Hour: Benefits of silvopasture systems during the summer months

Eric Bailey
University of Missouri
baileyeric@missouri.edu

Ashley Conway-Anderson
University of Missouri
573-882-6304
acconway@missouri.edu

July 12, 2022

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MU Extension Specialists will discuss silvopasture systems during the MU Forage and Livestock Hour on July 14th. The free, virtual event is from 12 to 1 PM.

Dr. Pat Guinan will share the Missouri weather outlook for the next few days followed by MU Agroforestry faculty Dr. Ashley Conway-Anderson who will lead the discussion on the benefits of silvopasture systems for livestock during the summer months.

Silvopasture is the integration of grazing livestock operations and and woodlands. This could encompass planting trees in existing pasture or thinning existing tree stands and planting grasses in the understory.

Heifers at the MU Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Farm.

Heifers at the MU Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Farm in New Franklin, MO.

To register and submit a question for the interactive event, which is held via Zoom, please visit: https://ipm.missouri.edu/townHalls/ or scan the Zoom QR code

The event will also be streamed live and on demand via YouTube. Scan the YouTube QR code

2 scanable QR codes labled 'ZOOM' and 'YOUTUBE'

To see recordings from previous events, please check out the YouTube videos on the MU Extension Integrated Pest Management channel.

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