Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, email@example.com
Contact: Chase McPhaul, 325-884-2335, firstname.lastname@example.org
BIG LAKE – Wind development, agricultural law news and the latest in range herbicides are three of the topics to be addressed during the Reagan County Ag Day on March 27 in Big Lake.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service educational event will begin with registration at 8 a.m., followed by the program from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the AgriLife Extension office in Reagan County, 1430 N. Ohio St.
Individual registration is $10, due upon arrival, but an RSVP by March 22 to 325-884-2335 is requested. The fee includes coffee, donuts and a catered lunch sponsored by Sable Permian Resources.
“The Reagan County Leadership Advisory Board and the Reagan County Ag Committee work hard to plan and deliver a quality program and this one will be no exception,” said Chase McPhaul, AgriLife Extension agent in Reagan County. “Our goal is to address the topics most pertinent to our area and this program will reflect that.”
Topics and speakers will include:
– Wind Development, Austin Moffitt, Reagan County agricultural producer.
– Wind Development and Ag Law Updates, Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, AgriLife Extension agriculture law specialist, Amarillo.
– New Options for Prickly Pear and Rangeland Management, Dr. Morgan Russell, AgriLife Extension range specialist, San Angelo.
– Emerging Issues in the Beef Industry and Beef Quality and Health, Dr. Bruce Carpenter, AgriLife Extension livestock specialist, Fort Stockton.
– U.S. Cattle Market Outlook, Bill Thompson, AgriLife Extension economist, San Angelo.
– U.S. Department of Agriculture Agency Updates, Stephen Zuberbueler, Natural Resources Conservation Service district conservationist; and Jed Hruska, Farm Service Agency county executive director, both of Big Lake.
Three Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education units, two general and one laws and regulations, will be offered.
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Source: Agriculture Section – AgriLife Feed