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Posted by Randy on 2013/10/11 4:42:14 (452 reads) News by the same author

Beef producers are encouraged to attend the 2013 Beef Producers Seminar on Thursday, November 21, at the St. Peter Catholic Church, parish hall in Stanberry.

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Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. with the seminar to start at 6:00. Cost of admission to the event is $20 per person and includes a beef dinner.

Dr. Rob Kallenbach, MU Extension State Forage Specialist and Dr. Justin Sexten, MU Extension State Beef Specialist, are co-presenting on the topic of “Being Resourceful with Available Resources—Feed-Forage-Finances”. Following dinner, Dr. Twig Marston, UNL Extension- District Director will discuss “Bull Buying Basics—How to Find the Man Amongst the Boys”.

Area agriculture businesses and organizations will have booths set up at the meeting for attendees to visit before, during and after the program.

For more information regarding the Beef Producers Seminar or to pre-register (which is requested for the meal count), please contact the Andrew County MU Extension Center at 816-324-3147 or humphreyjr@missouri.edu. Pre-registration is requested by November 14. If you need any special accommodations due to a disability, or if you need materials in an alternative format, please contact us before November 14.

The Beef Producers Seminar is a cooperative effort of University of Missouri Extension and the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, and is sponsored by the American Angus Association and University of Missouri Extension.

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