Making the Most of Summer Annual Forages

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Have you found yourself struggling with the summer forage slump in the past? In Stokes County, our primary forage species of tall fescue and orchardgrass are dormant during the summer months. This can lead to a lack of available forage during these months, leaving people scratching their heads for a solution. N.C. Cooperative Extension of Stokes County will be jointly hosting a program with the Stokes County Soil and Water Conservation District about utilizing summer annual forages, such as sorghum-sudangrass, to boost forage yield during the warm months. See the attached flyer for more information and how to register.

When: May 4, 2021, from 6 to 7 p.m.
Where: N.C. Cooperative Extension, Stokes County Center
Cost: $10
Register online

summer annual flyers

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Kendra Phipps, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKendra PhippsExtension Agent, Agriculture - Livestock and Forage Crops Call Kendra E-mail Kendra N.C. Cooperative Extension, Stokes County Center
Posted on Apr 5, 2021
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