North Texas Small Farm and Ranch Management School April 7

North Texas Small Farm and Ranch Management School
Cooke County-Class 5, Setting Stocking Rates, Pasture and Livestock Management
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Cooke County would like to invite you to Class 5 of the North Texas Small Farm and Ranch Management School, Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 8am to 1pm, at the North Central Texas College Building 100(formerly known as The Little Theatre), 1525 W California St, Gainesville, Tx. This School is a multicounty effort in conjunction with the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation in Oklahoma. The topics for this class include Pasture Management, Grazing Systems, Drought Plans & Stocking Rates and will be presented by Noble Foundation Consultants Steven Smith, Hugh Aljoe and Rob Cook. Topics on General Livestock Management, Parasite Control, Vaccinations, Feeds and Supplements, Growth Hormones and Antibiotic use, will be presented by Cooke County Ag Agent Marty Morgan, with interaction between a Producer Panel and the Audience to discuss and answer questions anyone may have about Farm and Ranch Management.
The cost will be $15 with a meal sponsored by the Red River Farm Co Op, Gainesville, Tx.
2 General CEU’s will be given for Private Pesticide Applicators.
Please pre-register by April 4th by calling the Cooke County AgriLife Extension Office at 940-668-5412 or send an email to marty.morgan@ag.tamu.edu We need an accurate meal count for lunch.
We hope to see you there,
Marty Morgan, Cooke County Ag Agent
301 S Chestnut, Gainesville, Tx 76240
940-668-5412
North Texas Small Farm & Ranch School flyer