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NDSU Extension to host fall agriculture challenges webinar series

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This has been a challenging growing season for producers in North Dakota. NDSU photo

Issues related to this year’s challenging growing season and harvest conditions across North Dakota are the focus of a webinar series North Dakota State University Extension is hosting beginning next week.

The series will start at noon Central Daylight Time on Tuesday, Oct. 29. NDSU Extension specialists will present live and be available to answer questions.

“This webinar will give North Dakota producers a chance to learn about ways to deal with concerns about unharvested crops, forage shortages, animal stress, condition and weaning challenges, and other issues facing producers across the state,” said Miranda Meehan, NDSU Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist. “Please join us to learn more about options and discuss your concerns.”

Here are the dates and topics that will be covered:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 29, unharvested wheat
  • Wednesday, Oct. 30, considerations for cow-calf management
  • Thursday, Oct. 31, unharvest corn
  • Monday, Nov. 4, assessing and stretching forage supplies

All of the webinars will start at noon.
To join the webinar, go to https://zoom.us/j/828753707 . You will be asked to provide your email address and name. You should log in a few minutes before the start of the webinars because they will begin promptly at noon.

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If you can’t join from your computer, call 669-900-6833 or 646-876-9923 and enter webinar ID 828 753 707.

Participants may ask questions during the live webinars. The webinars will be recorded and the recordings will be archived at https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/livestock for later viewing.

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