rangeland near Tuscon

Cattle graze on well-managed rangeland near Tuscon, AZ.

The annual Range Beef Cow Symposium, hosted by four state extension groups, is set for Nov. 18-20 in Mitchell, Nebraska.

The program includes talks on artificial insemination, leasing rangeland, fake meat and cattle dogs. Donnell and Kelli Brown of the R.A. Brown Ranch in Texas will talk about keeping the ranch in the family since 1906. BQA classes are Nov. 18.

A bull pen session will be held at the Gering Civic Center, 20 minutes away.

The event is hosted by extension programs from Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado. The cost is $90 for the two-day symposium with lunch. Single day registration is $50 per day, and BQA classes and dinner prices are separate.

Registration forms, due Nov. 15, are available at beef.unl.edu/range-beef-cow-symposium. For more information contact Karla Wilke at 308-632-1245 or kjenkins2@unl.edu.

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