Beef symposium set in Hugo Feb. 20
Colorado Livestock Association is hosting its annual livestock producer educational symposium in Hugo Tuesday, Feb. 20.
The Marshall Frasier Beef Symposium will feature a full day of informative speakers covering a multitude of important topics of interest to livestock producers in Colorado.
The day will kick off at 8:30 a.m. with a discussion on how to prepare for transitioning the family farm or ranch with Brent Bright, CPA, K-COE ISOM.
Justin Derner, a rangeland scientist for the USDA, will present on Grass Cast, a computer simulation model that producers and land managers can use to predict the forage-production potential of a given pasture before moving a herd onto it to graze.
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