2022 Cape Fear Regional Cattle Conference

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This conference is an excellent opportunity to receive updates on the cattle industry, learn new management practices, and visit with other cattle producers in the area. Guest speaker Dr. Brian Bolt, Livestock Extension Specialist with Clemson Extension, will be speaking about dewormer considerations and recommendations and dealing with hoof issues. Ritchie Roberts, NC State alumni and 4th generation farmer, will be speaking about cattle hoof trimming.

The program also includes a meal and time to visit with vendors. There will be a     $5 charge at the door to help cover speaker and meal costs. Pre-registration is required to participate and registration ends January 21, 2022. Visit the following link to register: 2022 Cape Fear Regional Cattle Conference

For more information or to register, please call Taylor Chavis, Extension Livestock Agent, at 910-671-3276 or email at Taylor_Chavis@ncsu.edu.

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Taylor Chavis, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTaylor ChavisExtension Agent, Agriculture - Livestock Call Taylor Email Taylor N.C. Cooperative Extension, Robeson County Center
Updated on Dec 29, 2021
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