The South Central MU Extension agriculture faculty is offering a winter ag series. The program will be virtual but may be viewed at a local extension office if internet is unavailable. The short course will offer two time slots; 6-7pm and 7-8pm with two different topics to choose from in each time slot. The class will be offered on Feb. 8th. Feb. 15th and Feb. 22nd.
Participants can choose a topic of interest in each time slot on Monday nights for three weeks. A total of 12 different topics will be delivered throughout the course. Each participant can join via Zoom for the workshops they wish to attend.
The program is free for any and all topics. Presentations are no longer than an hour and there will also be some video farm tours and presented by the faculty delivering the programs. Topics include:
A. Virtual Farm Tour: What do you need to Profitably Grow and Market Fruits and Vegetables or
B. The Great Debate: Artificial Insemination vs. Bull
C. Growing year-round with high tunnels or
D. Understanding your Hay/Forage Analysis