West Central Cattleman’s Day programs announced
BURLINGTON,Colo. — Nebraska Extension and Colorado State University Extension will be hosting two winter programs for cattle producers in eastern Colorado. Programs will be held Jan. 23 in Wray, Colo., and Jan. 25 in Sterling, Colo. The programs are designed to help producers evaluate management practices that could improve their bottom line. Extension personnel and other presenters will discuss a variety of topics including nutritional management, range management, premiums for market calves, risk management, and the National Beef Quality Audit. A Beef Quality Assurance training will be available after the Sterling program.
Registration is $15 per person, and high school and college students can register for a reduced price of $10. Participants can register online or by mailing in a registration form available at their county CSU Extension office.
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