And intensive 4.5 day event for new or inexperienced ranchers and landowners. Topics covered include: soils and soil fertility, forage establishment, pasture management, livestock management, wildlife management, horse management, ruminant production, pond fisheries management, Field demonstrations.
All meals ( breakfast, lunch, and supper) and break materials are included in the registration fee. Attendees all receive a large manual filled with all PowerPoint presentation and a resource CD with 100 publications regarding all aspects of livestock production, wildlife management, forages, weed management, and much, much more.
For more information, visit: Http://forages.Tamu.edu/workshop.HTML
The following link will take you to this months edition of Browsing:http://animalscience.tamu.edu/beef-cattle-browsing-september-2015/. Click on the link or copy and paste the link in your web address bar.
In this edition you will find the following:
· How Much Do Consumers Care About How Beef is Produced?
· Genetic Effects on Behavior & Structure
· Using Half-Sisters to Increase Uniformity
· Produce Beef Without Any Mature Cows?
· BQA Advisory Statement on Use of Pneumatic Darts
· Effect of Breed Type on Sale Price in Video Auctions
· Trends in Livestock Auctions in Texas