The 64th Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course Aug. 6-8 at Texas A&M University in College Station will highlight a cattle market outlook as well as issues affecting beef producers.
Registration is $210 and covers all meals, including the prime rib dinner, breaks and printed materials. To register, go to:
An added component to the front of this year’s short course is the Ranch Horse workshop on Aug. 5 for beef short course registrants. Cost is $50 at the door for those not registered for the beef short course. The day-long program will feature AgriLife Extension experts and topics that include equine nutrition, hay and pasture management, and routine health maintenance. There will also be a presentation on the history of the King Ranch. For more information, call 979-862-5980.
The short course also features 22 sessions covering basic practices, new technologies and other important industry topics. These sessions provide participants with an opportunity to choose workshops based on their level of production experience and the needs of their ranch.
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