Whether it was the loss of equity in the ranching business during 2016 or ranchland conditions after recent wildfires, national experts at the third annual Beef Cattle Conference and Ag Tour discussed how ranchers might work to “right the ship.”
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Hemphill County hosted the event, which attracted 277 people representing 11 states and 19 Texas counties, said Andy Holloway, AgriLife Extension agriculture and natural resources agent in Hemphill County.
Holloway said anyone who would like to hear more of the speakers’ messages can go to the Hemphill County Texas A&M AgriLife Beef Cattle Conference YouTube channel, http://bit.ly/2r4rIOc.
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