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Profitable Goat Production - Kewanee

Profitable

Goat Production

MINI-Seminar Saturday, March 13

on Black Hawk East campus * Auditorium *

just

South of Kewanee, IL * Jct. of Rtes. 34 & 78

Registration: Adults — $16 each

Youth and BHE Students — $5 each

8:45 AM Registration

– Black Hawk East Auditorium (main building entrance)

9:00—9:45 AM

Fencing to Control Goats ...Is it Possible? *

Dean Oswald, U of I Extension Livestock Specialist

9:50—10:50 AM

Breed Evaluation for Doe/ Kid Performance & On Farm Performance Testing

* Dr. Richard Browning, Tennessee State University, Nashville

(http://faculty.tnstate.edu/rbrowning/)

10:50—11:05 AM

BREAK Q & A

11:05—11:50 AM

Increasing Production Per Doe—Health Perspective

Jennifer Miller, DVM & Goat Producer

11:50 AM.—12:30PM

Making Money with Goats *

Andrew Miller, Goat Producer (rushcreekfarms.com )

** Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 9 **

Detach and Mail * Pre-Registration by March 9 * Adults $16 each * Walk-In $20 each

Spring Goat MINI-Seminar —March 13, 2010

Name(s)

Address

City State County Zip Code

Number of Adult _____ (X $16) Youth ______ (x $5) ** Total _________

Make check payable to "U of I Extension." Mail to 26234 Black Hawk Road, Galva, IL 61434

Contact Henry-Stark Extension

PH 309-853-1533 or jwest@illinois.edu

University of Illinois Extension provides educational programs and research- based information to help Illinois residents improve their quality of life, develop skills, and solve problems.

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