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Getting started with small grain production

This program is part of a 20-webinar Michigan State University Extension 2015 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series.  

Getting started with small grain production

Jim Isleib, MSU Extension

Monday, January 26, 2015, 7-9pm (‘eastern time’)

This session will introduce you to the reasons to consider including small grains in your crop production system, equipment needed, basics of production, storage, marketing and utilization. These crops have many uses, including feed grains, rotation crops, nurse crops (for new hayfield seedings), cover crops, livestock forage, and cash crops. Major species in Michigan include winter wheat, oats, barley, and winter rye. Others that will be touched upon include spring wheat, triticale, hull-less oats and dry field peas.


Recording is in 2 parts:

Part 1: https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/Small+Grains+2015+Part+1+of+2/1_kugy5caa

Part 2:  https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/Small+Grains+2015+Part+2+of+2/1_534hzyva

 



Presenters

James Isleib

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