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Pre-register by contacting Larry Howard at 402-372-6006 by March 12th. “This webinar will answer these questions and provide economic examples to use when making a decision.” Common questions from producers include:- I can’t find enough pasture. - Will growing corn or annual forages net more income?
March 15, 2018 – Washington County Extension Office at p.m. Topics include “Points of Leverage in a Cow-Calf Operation”, “Unit Cost of Production for Cow-Calf” and “Composting Livestock Mortality”. According to Beef Systems Specialist Mary Drewnoski, current corn prices and limited availability of perennial grass have some producers wondering if growing forages on cropland might be the answer to feeding the cow herd.“Nebraska Extension is currently receiving many questions from producers and ag lenders about the economics of using cropland to produce forages,” said Drewnoski.
SHIC will continue to support the Morrison Swine Health Monitoring Project to develop industry capacity for detection of emerging disease, rapid response, and continuity of business.
The sharing of information through the project will be the foundation for new and innovative analyses to enable prospective swine health decision making.
The Iowa Learning Farms webinar series takes place on the third Wednesday of the month. The webinar will be recorded and archived on the ILF website for watching at any time at https:// Chuck Grassley of Iowa released the following internal memorandum produced by his energy policy staff who analyzed recent claims made by opponents of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), including Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES), which attributed its recent bankruptcy filing in part to the RFS.
To watch, go to https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/ilf/ shortly before 1 p.m. The analysis finds that the biofuels blending requirement and the cost of Renewable Identification Number credits (RINs), a compliance mechanism designed for flexibility, have little to do with the success of refineries and were not significant factors in the PES bankruptcy.