University of Maryland Extension

Pasture Site Tour and Hay Evaluation Workshop

Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2015 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Baltimore County Ag Center
1114 Shawan Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
United States
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Dr. Les Vough and David Martin

If you have livestock, you are most likely feeding hay at least part of the year. Do you know how to tell whether your hay is high quality? If you buy hay, are you sure you’re paying a fair price for the quality of product?

If you’ve got questions about hay, we’ve got answers!

Dr. Les Vough, University of Maryland retired forage specialist, will present a program on hay quality evaluation to help you learn the skills you need when it comes to hay. The program will also include a tour of the newly-established rotational grazing demonstration site at the Baltimore County Ag Center. Dave Martin, ag educator for Baltimore County Extension, will conduct a tour and lead discussion on cool season grasses commonly used in hay production. Registration is $10 per person. A limited number of spots are available, so registration is requested by September 11. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information or to register, contact Sara BhaduriHauck at the Harford County Extension Office at 410-638-3255 or This program is a joint effort between the Harford and Baltimore County Extension offices.


$10 per person
Sara BhaduriHauck
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