Horse owners and enthusiasts will have an opportunity to learn more about management of equine during a monthly webinar on equine management decisions. Beginning Feb. 11, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will provide a monthly series of short virtual meetings over four months. The monthly webinar will touch be held from 12:00 - 1:00 PM and cover nutrition, the importance of soil for pasture and hay, weed control, and environmental management. Opportunities for participants to interact with the presenters will be available.
March 11, Importance of Soil Fertility for Forage
Tap into the extensive knowledge of Dr. Antonio Mallarino, Professor, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University. This lunch and learn will focus on soil and it’s importance for pasture and hay fields.
April 8, Tips to Manage Weeds in Horse Pastures
Tap into the extensive knowledge of Meaghan Anderson Field Agronomist, Iowa State University. This lunch and learn will focus on week management in horse pastures.
May 13, Environmental Management of Horse Facilities
Tap into the extensive knowledge of Kapil Arora, Field Agricultural Engineer, Iowa State University. This lunch and learn will focus on environmental management including manure handling and water quality.
Participants can attend virtually by registering at: https://iastate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqdeiopzovH9aTObnAWVuPMEvMPqUgxmQH