August 26, 2014
Lots of Questions and Interest in the Value of Manure Field Day Demonstration held in Elkton South Dakota
Cattlemen from Nebraska South Dakota and Minnesota gathered in Elkton Minnesota today to get a handle on how much the manure from their feedlots is really worth.
In addition to lots of questions about the presentations and the data they received producers were very interested in manure spreader demonstrations and climbed all over the equipment asking questions and looking at the details – features advantages and benefits of this high precision high volume when replication equipment.
Beef producer Brent Thompson leads and informative tour of his Summit Livestock Facilities monoslope beef barn.
You can register at the event - just attend and sign up there.
Have you ever seen three high-capacity high-speed precision spreaders at work at the same time in the same field? Plan to attend and see the latest in manure application technology.
There's only one more day available! So here's your last opportunity to make plans to attend the 2014 University of Minnesota Fertilizer Value of Manure Field Days!
If you attend you’ll see demonstrations of various manure application equipment and have the opportunity to visit with representatives of companies that manufacture manure spreaders and related equipment and supplies.
The information to be presented at these meetings includes the findings of extensive research that is been conducted for many years on many different kinds of feedlot operations by the University of Minnesota's Dr. Alfredo DiCostanzo Animal Science Professor at Univ. of Minn.
In addition you'll hear from experts on the U. of M. Beef Team including
Nicole Kenney-Rambo Feedlot Extension Educator at Univ. of Minn.
Alfredo DiCostanzo Animal Science Professor at Univ. of Minn.
The cost of attending is $25. This includes the information you will be provided after the meeting and lunch.
Click here to register for the meeting near you (also taking registrations at each event).