With the termination of many Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts in the coming months, landlords and producers may be left with many questions. K-State Research and Extension will be discussing how to manage CRP acres with a public meeting on Wednesday, February 17, 2010 beginning with a 9 a.m. at the Meade County Fairgrounds, located in Meade.
Guest speakers include Alan Schlegel - What Research Says for Conservation; Kent Martin - Residual Fertility for the Next Crop; Justin Waggoner - Grazing CRP Research and Troy Dumler - What’s the Economical Bottom Line.
Participants will be encouraged to share production experiences in a question and answer session.
Pre-registration is requested but not required. Contact the Meade County Extension Office for more details and to register at 620-873-8790 or email@example.com