276 Crop-Livestock Integration (GAP: Good Agricultural Practices)/Div. A08 Business Meeting

Oral Session
A08 Integrated Agricultural Systems

Issues surrounding rotation between crops and livestock; food safety and manure management in crop-livestock integration will be discussed.


C06 Forage and Grazinglands
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 1:00 PM-3:45 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 101A, First Floor

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David Wright
1:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:05 PM
Enhanced Crop, Soil, Economic, and Environmental Benefits with Sod Based Rotations.
David Wright, Univ. of Florida; Jim Marois, Univ. of Florida; Gueorgui Anguelov, Univ. of Florida; Cheryl Mackowiak, Univ. of Florida
1:50 PM
Cropping Combinations of Winter Wheat with Sorghum, Maize or Soybean for Ethanol Feedstock, Silage or Grain Production.
Samantha Shoaf, Purdue University; Julia Navarro, Purdue University; Lori Snyder, Purdue University; Tony Vyn, Purdue University; Dennis Buckmaster, Purdue University; Craig Dobbins, Purdue University; Herbert Ohm, Purdue University
1:35 PM
2:05 PM
Nitrogen Allocation In Low-External-Input Tropical Cover Crop Livestock Forage Systems.
Stuart A. Weiss, University of the Virgin islands; Amanda Ashworth, University of the Virgin islands
2:20 PM
Sheep Grazing Effect On Dryland Soil Properties and Wheat Yield in the Wheat-Fallow System.
Upendra Sainju, USDA-ARS; Andrew Lenssen, USDA-ARS; Patrick Hatfield, Montana State Univ.; Hays Gossey, Montana State Univ.; Erin Snyder, Montana State Univ.
2:35 PM
Concluding Remarks
3:45 PM