Grazing School 2014

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Pasture & Livestock Management Workshop for the Novice

Students Praise Grazing School 2011        Grazing School in Overton, KETK

Welcome!  Participation in our Workshop (popularly known as “Grazing School”) is limited to the first 50 people who register and pay for the session.  CEU credits are offered. Workshop dates:   March 25 – 27, 2014.

Cost: $350
(includes all meals, coffee breaks, refreshments, and workshop handbook)

Registration Form           Credit Card Form

2014 Agenda

Please send the registration form and credit card form (if paying via credit card)
to Jennifer Lloyd:

email: jllloyd@ag.tamu.edu
phone: 903.834.6191
fax: 903.834.7140
mail: PO Box 200, Overton, TX  75684
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Topics Include:

“How to” of planting, calibrating sprayers, pesticide application, pasture and stocking rate assessments, castration, vaccination, de-horning calves, trapping hogs, and more.

Additionally, several aspects of cattle management including basic animal husbandry, genetic selection, nutrition and supplementation, and reproduction are covered.

Workshop attendees will have ample time to visit one-on-one with Research and Extension scientists.
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WORKSHOP LEADERS
Dr. Charles Long – Resident Director of Research & Professor
Dr. Jason Banta – Assistant Professor & Extension Beef Cattle Specialist
Dr. Greg Clary – Professor Emeritus & Extension Economist-Management
Dr. Jason Cleere – Assistant Professor & Extension Beef Cattle Specialist
Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson – Assistant Professor & Extension Forage Specialist
Dr. Billy Higginbotham – Professor & Extension Wildlife & Fisheries Specialist
Mr. Joel Kerby – Research Associate Forage Physiology
Mr. Allen Leonard – Research Associate Soil Science
Dr. Monte Rouquette – Professor Forage Physiology & TAMU Regents Fellow
Dr. Ray Smith – Professor Legume Breeding & TAMU Regents Fellow
Dr. Anil Somenahally – Assistant Professor Soil Science