Who Will Attend?

This conference brings together researchers, students, and allied industry representatives to discuss the latest advances in silage research, to highlight new research opportunities, to showcase equipment and technologies for improving silage preservation and conservation and to facilitate networking among key stakeholders.

Tito French, agronomy professor with the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, examines silage, or livestock feed, for dairy cows at North Holsteins near Bell in Gilchrist County.

Attendees will Include:

Scientists from research organizations and not-for-profit research institutes
Academic scientists, and post-doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate student
Allied industry representatives
(including forages, seeds, inoculants, preservatives, plastics, machinery, feed, etc.)
Analytical labs
Equipment vendors
(all silage-related equipment, tractors, mixers, etc.)
Agronomists, animal nutritionists and plant breeders
Forage, crop producers and bioenergy crop improvement managers
Private industry forage professionals
Silage, dairy and hay producers
Forage, silage, and bioenergy crop product retailers and wholesalers
Forage professionals
State and federal government personnel

If you work in one of these areas of expertise, you should attend and present at this conference! Visit our Benefits of Attending page for more information.

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