During the session, Nitrogen Management and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Dr. Claudia Wagner-Riddle presented an overview of soil nitrogen processes, controlling factors and recommended management practices.
During the session, Living Lab BC – Extended Grazing Season and Winter-Feeding strategies, Serena Black from the BC Forage Council (BCFC) presented a diversified approach to best management practices (BMPs) in British Columbia.
During the session, Understanding the Barriers and Motivations to Adoption of Conservation Agriculture, Adam Reimer from the National Wildlife Federation presented different barriers in the adoption of conservation practices.
In her session at the 2022 CFGA Conference, Sandra Novak, spoke about the OasYs system experiment. This included an overview of some of their research findings and how they answer the demands of French dairy farmers.
Dr. Frank Mitloehner opened the CFGA’s 13th annual conference. His keynote address looked at climate change as it relates to ruminant livestock and grasslands, including facts, fiction and everything in between.