Source: AgriLife Today
Sparse pastures can force hungry livestock to eat toxic plants. With the pastures burning up in this summer heat, toxic weeds will be more evident as more desirable forage is eaten, so livestock will be more likely to feed on them. To help producers manage their land properly, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct a pasture and poison plant management workshop Aug. 15 in Lubbock. The free educational program, which starts at 6:30 p.m., will be in The Bank Lobby located at 916 Main St., Lubbock, TX.
RSVP by noon Aug. 15 by calling 806-775-1740. More information is also available by calling that number.
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