Michigan State University Agriculture Innovation Day is an annual event which focuses in-depth education on a single topic. The event rotates to various locations throughout the state where experts deliver innovative information to help producers take the next step in improving their bottom line while maintaining environmentally sound practices on their farms. The 2017 MSU Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Forages and the Future took place on August 24, 2017, at the Lake City Research Center, Lake City, Michigan.
Investments in dairy cattle precision technologies represent important decisions on dairy farms.
Educational sessions range from reduced-lignin alfalfa to fitness tracking for cows.
Research findings from a six-state study on reduced-lignin alfalfa will be featured at Michigan State University Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Forages and the Future.
Leading beef cattle ranch consultant Burke Teichert to speak at MSU Lake City Ag Innovation Day on Aug. 24
Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) and Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits will be offered at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Forages and the Future.
Perhaps the greatest challenge Michigan forage growers face is quickly transforming high quality standing forage in the field to a form that is stable, storable and the best feed quality for livestock.
Explore the below-ground communities that impact soil health at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day on Aug. 24, 2017, at the Lake City Research Center.
The latest management techniques to preserve forage with baleage will be featured at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day.
New wearable technologies for dairy cows monitor individual animal activity to improve farm management and performance.
New image processing app will be featured at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day on Aug. 24, 2017 at the Lake City Research Center.
New grass-fed beef research findings will be presented at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day on Aug. 24, 2017 at the Lake City Research Center.
Get more from your corn silage by meeting crop nutrient needs during the growing season and optimizing your harvest methods.
Hybrid selection, crop nutrient planning and flexible harvest management can pay off at harvest and feeding time.
Michigan State University (MSU) will host its second annual Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Forages and the Future on Aug. 24 at the Lake City Research Center located at 5401 W. Jennings Road, Lake City, MI, 49651.
Expert Pete Scharf talks about the importance of nitrogen in preparation for MSU Agriculture Innovation Day.
Cutting-edge information on topics important to Agriculture’s future.
Explore ways to prevent, detect and alleviate soil compaction.
Understanding the impact of rainfall in various tillage and cropping systems.
Inaugural event to provide in-depth focus on soil health.
MSU Agriculture Innovation Day to feature smoking soil and more from experts
Learn more about methods and equipment for establishing cover crops at MSU Agricultural Innovations Day on August 24.
Simple steps to determine worm populations in your field covered at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day.
Ensuring soil health is the key to a sustainable future.
Understanding soil compaction and its impacts can yield big savings for farmers. Soil compaction will be one of the topics of discussion at MSU's Agriculture Innovation Day.
Knowing when a phosphorus (P) fertilizer application is warranted can be a good first step towards a much larger concern – the quality of our nation’s water supply.
There’s a whole world beneath the surface. Learn more about soil health at MSU Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Soils on Aug. 24, 2016.
Farmers will discover what makes a healthy soil and management practices for healthy soils at Agriculture Innovation Day on Aug. 24, 2016, in Frankenmuth, Michigan.
Michigan State University will host its first Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Soils on Aug. 24, 2016, at the Saginaw Valley Research and Extension Center in Frankenmuth, Michigan.