Cover crops offer potential benefits for improving soil health, but establishment and management costs can be expensive. Utilizing cover crops as supplemental forage can be a great approach to recovering those costs and benefits producers by integrating crop and animal production.


Webinar participants can expect to learn:

  • Information about the quantity and quality of biomass grown in a two-year experiment.
  • Partial-budget economic comparisons between the different cover crop species.




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Cathryn Davis

Graduate Research Assistant, Agronomy
Kansas State University
 

Originally from northeastern Missouri, Ms. Davis completed a B.S. degree in Agronomy and Animal Science in 2014 at the College of the Ozarks in Branson, MO. She has completed the requirements for her M.S. degree in Agronomy at Kansas State University under the supervision of Dr. DeAnn Presley. Ms. Davis will graduate in December 2016 and hopes to find a position working with sustainable agricultural producers, and enjoys working in systems that integrate crops and livestock.


Multi-Species Cover Crop Mixtures
Forage Quantity, Quality, and Cost-Benefit Analysis

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