Rutgers Hosts Two-Day Hay Assessment Seminar For Horse Owners

Rutgers University’s is hosting a two-day, free seminar series for horse owners that investigates multiple factors involved in assessing hay intended for equine consumption. The “Assessing Quality Hay” webinar series will be held on November 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. Both sessions will run for just over an hour.

The Monday session is presented by members of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Animal Ag/Field and Forage Working Group, Melissa Bravo and Hank Bignell. It will focus on assessing hay quality, weeds and weed control, and hay testing. Register for the Monday webinar here.

The Tuesday session investigates what hay is best for horses and what to feed ruminants in winter. This session is presented by Rutgers Equine Extension Specialist Dr. Carey Williams and Animal Science Extension Specialist Dr. Mike Westendorf. Register for the Tuesday event here.

Both webinars are free, but preregistration is required.

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