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Menoken Farm schedules crop, cover crop and grazing tour for July

Featured speakers at the tour on July 29 will be Jimmy Emmons, Oklahoma; Steve Kenyon, Alberta, Canada; Chris Teachout, Iowa; David Bauer, North Dakota; and Cody Kologi, North Dakota.

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Staff at Menoken Farm plant no-till potatoes. Later, second-cutting alfalfa will be rolled out on top of the seed potatoes. Photo taken May 21, 2019. (Jenny Schlecht/Agweek)

MENOKEN, N.D. — The public is invited to attend “Crops, Covers & Cows II,” the second Menoken Farm crop, cover crop and grazing tour.

Menoken Farm is Burleigh County Soil Conservation District’s conservation demonstration site east of Bismarck, N.D. The tour is sponsored by Burleigh County Soil Conservation District; Morton County Soil Conservation District; Natural Resources Conservation Service; and North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition.

The event is scheduled for 4 to 7 p.m. July 29. It will be held at Menoken Farm near Menoken, N.D. Featured speakers will be Jimmy Emmons, Oklahoma; Steve Kenyon, Alberta, Canada; Chris Teachout, Iowa; David Bauer, North Dakota; and Cody Kologi, North Dakota.

A complimentary meal will be served at 7 p.m.

While there is no cost to attend, online registration is required by July 22, 2021. To register, go to https://crops-covers-cows.eventbrite.com .

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If you have any questions on the event, contact Darrell Oswald at Burleigh County SCD at 701-391-5830 or darrell.oswald@nd.nacdnet.net .

For more information on the event or to see videos from past events, visit the Menoken Farm Web site at www.menokenfarm.com .

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