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Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic Jan. 3 in Cameron
January 3 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$20
CAMERON – The Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic, one of the longest-running programs offered by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, is scheduled for Jan. 3 at the Milam County Youth Building, 301 S. Houston St. in Cameron.
Cost is $20 and includes lunch. RSVP is requested by Dec. 31 by calling the AgriLife Extension office in Milam County at 254-697-7045.
Three hours of continuing education units will be given to Texas Department of Agriculture pesticide applicator license holders: one in the integrated pest management category and two general.
“Central Texas cattle producers have faced their fair share of challenges over the past year,” said Floyd Ingram, AgriLife Extension agent for Milam County. “Our program this year will feature something for everyone in meeting the needs of cattle producers, both large and small, in Central Texas.”
Topics and speakers include:
- 2019 Beef Cattle Market Update and Outlook, Dr. Jason Johnson, AgriLife Extension economist, Stephenville.
- Export Markets: How Export Markets Can Increase the Value of Your Cattle, Dr. Jason Cleere, AgriLife Extension beef cattle specialist, College Station.
- Current Topics in the Beef Industry, Kenny Mingus, Milam County Livestock Auction, Cameron.
- Assisted Reproductive Strategies for Commercial Cattleman, Dr. Cliff Lamb, department head for Texas A&M University animal science, College Station.
- Bermuda Grass Renovation and Management, Dr. Larry Redmon, associate department head for Texas A&M soil and crop science, College Station.
- Electronic Logging Devices and Highway Laws Affecting Farmers and Ranchers, Sgt. David Roberts, Texas Department of Public Safety.
For more information, call the AgriLife Extension office in Milam County at 254-697-7045.