SDSU Southeast Research Farm Field Day in September

Categorized: Agronomy, Corn, Other Crops, Land, Water & Wildlife, Profit Tips, Soybeans, Wheat

: Sep 7th

The South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and SDSU Extension will host a field day starting at 9:30 AM at the SDSU Southeast Research Farm (29974 University Rd., Beresford, SD 57004) on Sept. 7, 2017. 

The Research Day will features field tours and presentations highlighting topics in No-Till, Cover Crops - Grazing, Managing Forage under Drought, Calf Value Discovery, Grain Market Overview, Nitrogen Management in Oats.


9:30 AM Registration and Coffee – Southeast Research Farm
10:00 AM Tying it All Together: No-Till – Cover Crops – Grazing
10:40 AM Plot Tour – Cover Crops & Grazing
11:45 AM Lunch provided by SESD Experiment Farm Corporation
12:45 PM Grain Market Overview
1:15 PM Managing Feed and Forage under Drought Conditions
1:45 PM Calf Value Discovery at Beresford and Volga
2:15 PM Nitrogen Management in Oats – 1st year results

Use Alternative Route
Due to road construction on University Road, use alternate routes to reach the farm:

From East: I-29 Beresford exit 2.5 miles west on Highway 46; turn south (left) on Greenfield Road and go three miles south, turn west (right) go three miles on 300th and turn north (right)  on University Road 0.25 mile.

From west: From corner of Highway 46 and 19 turn south and go three miles to 300th Street; turn east (left) and go three miles; turn north (left) on University Road 0.25 mile.

Contact Peter Sexton at 605.563.2989 for more information.