Ohio Beef Cattle School, class #3
Van Wert County,
We will be hosting a "live" downfeed of each of the 3 Ohio Beef Cattle School classes in various locations around Ohio
Mar 11, 2014
Fairfield County Ag Center, Lancaster plus other Counties across Ohio
740.653.5419 x 24
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Hold these dates and make plans to participate in the 2014 Ohio Beef Cattle School series beginning on January 28, 2014 and continuing on the Tuesdays of February 18, and March 11. Following a theme of "Calf x Weight x Price - Expense = Profit," each session will be broadcast "live" beginning at 7 p.m. by many of Ohio's Extension offices via an internet link. During each session, multiple components of that equation will be explored. The specific topics and speakers will be announced soon in this publication but rest assured that nothing is sacred as we explore targeted marketing, cow herd efficiency, quality assurance, and backgrounding alternatives.
More details will be posted here as they become available. In the meantime, contact your local Ohio State University Extension office to ask if their winter programming plans include hosting the Ohio Beef Cattle Schools.
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