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Permalink Organic Dairy Forage Management--Corn Silage & Weed Control

September 12, 2017
Vernon, Vermont

The Miller Farm is a 5th generation family farm that converted to organic in 2009 and is milking 170 cows. They grow a variety of crops for forage from corn to alfalfa. This NOFA Vermont mid-day workshop will focus on organic forage production. Join farmer Peter Miller, grazing consultant Sarah Flack, and UVM Agronomist Dr. Heather Darby to discuss the installation of Miller Farm's irrigation system, their organic corn silage production, as well as other forages they grow, and how the Millers are using flame weeding tools for weed control.

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