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So What is a Pre-Conditioning Cattle Sale

February 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘So What is a Pre-Conditioning Cattle Sale?’ Kodi Burdette, Producers Cooperative Association & Special Guest Panel for Q&A There has been an increasing number of pre-conditioning cattle sales popping up in the Brazos Valley, but not everyone is familiar with the process. We will cover: Why would I pre-condition my calves? Who can participate in these programs? What are the pros and cons? Is this program for me? How do I feed and vaccinate for this program? We will bring…

Brood Cow Nutrition Management

March 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Brood Cow Nutrition Management’ Dr. Jon DeClerck, Beef Consulting Nutritionist, Purina Animal Nutrition Understanding the production cycle of the cow and her changing nutritional requirements is imperative to a successful and profitable cattle operation. Brood cow nutrition requirements differ throughout the production cycle. Dr. DeClerck will discuss the nutrition requirements over an average production cycle (postpartum, lactation and pregnant, gestation & pre-calving) and different stress scenarios- heifer, first-calf heifer, bred cow, lactating cow with calf, post-weaning, breeding season and more.…

Bee-Keeping Basics

March 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Bee-Keeping Basics’ Mr. Chris Barnes, Brazos Valley Beekeepers Association Bee Keeping continues to grow in popularity in the Brazos Valley. It is a fascinating pursuit, a great hobby, excellent youth project and produces delicious rewards! There is a very active local Beekeepers Association that helps support those who want to learn more or grow their own hives. This class is geared toward beginning beekeepers, but veterans with questions are welcome too.

Strategic Deworming for your Livestock Herd

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Strategic Deworming for your Livestock Herd’ Mr. Todd Huebner, Boehringer-Ingelheim Preventive health care is an important component of your livestock management practice.  As parasites evolve, so has deworming.  Setting our herd goals and understanding the facts will help us develop a system that will be sustainable for generations.  It all starts with the right products and the right time for the right reasons.  Mr. Huebner share his  20+ years of experience as he guides us through the facts of deworming,…

Pasture Weed Identification & Control Methods- 1 General CEU

March 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Pasture Weed Identification & Control Methods’ Dr. Scott A Nolte, Ph. D., State Extension Weed Specialist Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 1 General CEU Controlling pasture weeds is one of the single most important things you can do to increase the amount of grass you have for your livestock. While we have an abundance of tools (restricted & non-restricted use) that we can use to control both broadleaf and grassy weeds, achieving success is often about weed identification, product selection, rates,…

Toxic Pasture Plants of the Brazos Valley- 1 CEU Pending

April 4 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Toxic Pasture Plants of the Brazos Valley’ Dr. Catherine Barr, Diagnostic Vegetation Management Program Specialist, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 1 CEU Pending Dr. Barr is a board-certified toxicologist with over 20 years in diagnostic experience in toxicology at TVMDL. She is an expert in regional toxic plants, mycotoxins, other feed/forage-related toxins and their effects on livestock. She will help us identify potentially toxic plants in the pasture, discuss toxic plant management practices and bring it all together as she draws…

Aquatic Vegetation Management- 1 General CEU

April 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

11th              ‘Aquatic Vegetation Management’ Brittany Chesser, Aquatic Vegetation Management Program Specialist, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension 1 General CEU Ms. Chesser is the Lead Diagnostic Scientist at the TAMU Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory. This program will cover the basics of why aquatic vegetation needs to be controlled, when aquatic plants become a problem, identifying aquatic plant species, how to select and appropriate herbicide, biological or physical control method, and how to apply control options. Bring your aquatic plants for identification! But keep…

Agronomy Educational & Product Showcase

April 18 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Mark McMath & Jason Whitfield, Agronomists, Producers Cooperative Association 2 CEU’s Pending SPECIAL MORNING OF CLASSES (8:30 AM-12:00 PM) Join the Producers Cooperative Agronomy Team as they bring you a morning filled with industry and product updates! Specific classes and CEUs will be announced!

Estate Planning and Land Succession & Transfer

April 25 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

‘Estate Planning and Land Succession & Transfer’ Ginger Bosse, CPA, Seidel Schroeder Ms. Bosse is a Certified Public Accountant with an extensive background, knowledge base and passion for agriculture. She grew up on a working cattle ranch in the Brazos Valley and understands the challenges and questions that farmers and ranchers are faced with today. Ms. Bosse will cover property ownership, taxes, estate planning and succession planning for your farm or ranch. She asks that you bring your questions for…

Keeping Horse Safe from Toxic Plants

May 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

‘Keeping Horses Safe from Toxic Plants’ Dr. Leslie Easterwood, Equine Veterinarian & Professor, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Performance horses to pleasure horses, keeping them safe and away from harmful plants is always a priority. Dr. Leslie Easterwood, clinical assistant professor, will cover what to look for in your fields that could potentially be dangerous for your horses. Texas is home to some of the most toxic plants to the equine species. Dr. Easterwood will cover…

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