K-State Research and Extension along with Districts, Cottonwood, Golden Prairie, Midway, Phillips/Rooks, Post Rock and Walnut Creek, are hosting one of the annual KSU Winter Ranch Management seminars online, slated for Jan. 28, starting at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. and will highlight several topics important to beef cattle producers.
This program will feature presentations and comments by K-State Research and Extension educators and faculty in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry to enhance management strategies employed by cow-calf producers.
The KSU extension team has a breadth of experience in beef cattle management, reproduction, genetics, animal health and nutrition and we’re here to help solve and prevent production problems with reliable information.
Planned topics of discussion include Bull management considerations; Explanation of the Management Minder tool; Cow and replacement heifer nutrition programs for a successful breeding season; along with Vaccine and storage management. The meetings will also feature a “town hall” style question-and-answer session between Kansas cattle producers and extension specialists. To register send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and then an email will be sent to you with the “link” for the ONLINE sessions.
For more information about this Winter Ranch Management Seminar, contact any of the K-State Research and Extension Districts listed above or go to KSUBeef.org.
Alicia Boor is the Agriculture and Natural Resources agent with K-State Research and Extension – Cottonwood District. Contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
http://email@example.com call 620-793-1910.