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Dickinson Research Extension Center to host beef and forage field day

The North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Center is hosting a field day focusing on research that demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between the land, plants and livestock on Wednesday.

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The North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Center is hosting a field day focusing on research that demonstrates the symbiotic relationship between the land, plants and livestock on Wednesday.

Doug Landblom, animal scientist at the DREC and facilitator for the event, said the afternoon event will focus on methods to reduce cost without sacrificing yield of beef and grains.

Among the speakers will be DREC Director Kris Ringwall, livestock specialist Fara Brummer, DREC area extension agronomist Ryan Buetow, NDSU associate soil science professor Larry Cihacek, and Songul Senturklu, a Turkish visiting animal scientist.

For more information on the beef and forage field day, contact Landblom at 701-456-1109 or h www.ag.ndsu.edu/DickinsonREC/staff/doug-landblom .

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