Purdue grazing research to be shared at Indiana Forage Council annual meeting

INDIANAPOLIS — Shelby Gruss, Purdue Agronomy postdoctoral researcher, will share results from a 2021 calf performance trial at the Indiana Forage Council’s annual meeting and seminar on Feb. 24.

The trial compared conventional sorghum-sudangrass hybrid grazing with a dhurrin-free sorghum-sudangrass.

The annual meeting begins at 4 p.m. ET at SureTech Laboratories, 7501 Miles Drive in Indianapolis. In addition to Gruss’ presentation, Devon Churchill, the 2021 Indiana Forage Council spokesperson, will share his perspective on-farm management and rotational grazing. Attendees also will tour SureTech Laboratories.

The registration fee is $20 per individual. Register by contacting Elysia Rodgers at eberry@purdue.edu or 260-925-2562 by Feb. 21. New and current membership dues can be paid at the event.

Information: Abby Leeds, mayer36@purdue.edu

Source: Keith Johnson, johnsonk@purdue.edu

Agricultural Communications: 765-494-8415;

Maureen Manier, Department Head, mmanier@purdue.edu

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