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WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- University of Missouri Extension will host a “Beef and Forage
Seminar” starting at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, March 13 in the Magnolia Room at the West
Plains Civic Center.
Guest speakers for the evening will be John Jennings, a University of Arkansas state
forage specialist (and past agronomy specialist in Howell County) and Scott Brown,
professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University
Jennings will speak on the “300 Days of Grazing Program” and current forage research.
Brown will be presenting, “Record Cattle Prices: Where Does the Cattle Industry Go
Speakers are sponsored by the contributions from Howell County Soil and Water Conservation
District, Howell County Farm Bureau and the South Central Cattlemen’s Association.
Pre-paid registration is required with a fee of $15 per person. Registration includes
brisket dinner and reference materials. Deadline to pre-register is Monday, March
10. To pre-register or for more information, contact the Howell County Extension
Center at 417-256-2391.
FROM UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXTENSIONSOUTHWEST REGIONAL NEWS SERVICEContact: Logan Wallace, livestock specialistHeadquartered in Howell CountyTel: (417) 256-2391E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org