Wed, Jan 12|
MRLA "Drought Management for Cattle"
Marias River Livestock "Drought Managment for Cattle" Workshop at the Marias Valley Golf Course Club
Guest Speakers - Brian Grebliunas, PHD Owns and operates North Border Analytics,LLC in Chinook. Interpret hay sample reports, informing producers on forage nitrate management. How to collect forage samples
Time & Location
Jan 12, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM MST
MRLA "Drought Management for Cattle" , 1 Golf Course Rd, Shelby, MT 59474, USA
About the event
Marias River Livestock Association is hosting a Drought Management for Cattle workshop on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at the Marias Valley Golf Course Club house at 4:00 p.m. There will also be a burger bar available for those in attendance.
Brian Grebliunas, PhD who owns and operates North Border Analytics, LLC in Chinook, MT will be our guest speaker. His lab focuses on the analysis of soil, water, and crops or forage. His regional lab provides accurate test results along with professional consultation to improve soil health, water chemistry, and determine if forage samples are safe for livestock to ingest. He can also recommend additional supplements or varied feed rations to optimize your herd’s health. Brian has an open-door policy which means a producer can stop by his laboratory to converse with him about how the North Border Analytics LLC lab can be incorporated into their operation’s management.
Brian will talk about how to collect forage samples prior to swathing, gazing, or from bales. He stressed the importance of collecting samples in a way that reduces variability in results due to where the samples were collected in the field.
Brian will provide producers with the necessary information to effectively interpret hay sample reports, and how to collect samples that will best represent their hay. He will also advise how to effectively manage nitrate content of their grain forages.
His goal is to inform producers on forage nitrate management by reducing nitrate toxicity risk and how nutrient management/application can be implemented to reduce nitrate risks.
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