Feeding for optimal performance in beef cattle and working horses workshops
LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska Extension will host Feeding for Optimal Production and Performance in Beef Cattle and Working Horse workshops in late May at McCook, North Platte and Valentine.
Each workshop will take place from 6-9 p.m. The cost per person is $10, which includes dinner. Please RSVP for meal count, but walk-ins are always welcome.
Dates, sites and RSVP information for each location:
May 29, McCook: Red Willow County Fairgrounds, 4-H building, 1400 W. 5th St. RSVP to Red Willow County Extension at (308) 345-3390, email Red-Willow-County@unl.edu.
May 30, North Platte: Snyder Building Classroom at 402 W. State Farm Road (west of the West Central Research and Extension Center). RSVP to Lincoln County Extension office by May 25 to (308) 532-2683, or email Lincoln-County@unl.edu.
May 31, Valentine: The Peppermill Restaurant 502 East Highway 20. RSVP to Cherry County Extension office by May 29: (402) 376-1850 or email Cherry-County@unl.edu.
4-H and FFA members, beef producers, and horse owners of all types are encouraged to attend the workshops. Speakers will be Karla Jenkins, cow/calf specialist at the UNL Panhandle Research and Extension Center in Scottsbluff, and Kathy Anderson, UNL Extension horse specialist based in Lincoln.
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