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Illinois Livestock Trail

Increasing Profit by Improving Grazing

Increasing Profit

by Improving Grazing

Thursday, February 4, Woodhull, IL

Agenda:

9:00 A.M. Registration & Time to Talk with Exhibitors

9:30 A.M. Why Renovate Your Bluegrass Pasture?

Jim Morrison, Extension Educator, Crop Systems, University of Illinois Extension

10:00 A.M. External Parasite & Fly Control on Pasture

Dr. Rick Weinzierl, Extension Specialist, Entomology, University of Illinois Extension

Dr. Colleen Lewis, Galva Regional Veterinary Services

10:45 A.M. Break

11:00 A.M. NRCS/FSA Program Update & Producer Assistance Opportunities

Rich Stewart, Henry County NRCS

11:30 A.M. What Does It Take to Control Livestock? – Fencing Update

Dean Oswald, Extension Educator, Animal Systems, University of Illinois Extension

12:00 P.M. Lunch & Visit with Exhibitors

1:00 P.M. Options for Extending the Grazing Season

Dean Oswald and Jim Morrison, University of Illinois Extension

2:00 P.M. Understanding the Grazing Animal

Dean Oswald, Extension Educator, Animal Systems, University of Illinois Extension

2:30 P.M. Producer Panel & General Discussion

Registration Form
Reservations due 1 week prior to workshop.
(Thursday, January 28, 2010)

Registration Fee

q $25 each

(includes lunch and materials)

At the door $32

Name(s)

Address

City

State Zip

Phone ( )

email

Make check payable to:

University of Illinois Extension

Mail to:

University of Illinois Extension

Henry-Stark Unit Office

26234 Black Hawk Rd.

Galva, IL 61434

Phone: 309-853-1533

email: jwest@illinois.edu







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