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Beef Producers Day to be held in Atchison

Kansas

Beef producers of Atchison and surrounding counties are invited to attend the Nov. 30 educational program in Effingham, Kan. This program will focus on helping cowherd managers to best understand how to keep the animals healthy during these extremely challenging months. K-State Extension Beef Veterinarian Larry Hollis will cover an array of topics to best keep cows productive. Another topic will be looking at issues of today's animal agriculture. K-State Communications Specialist Erik Atkinson will share ideas on how farmers best stay informed on current issues.

This day is being sponsored by the Atchison County Livestock Board and the banks of Atchison County. The meeting will begin at 10:45 a.m. on Nov. 30 in the Blue Building of Effingham. Lunch will be provided and we do ask those planning to attend to contact their Atchison county ag banker, Chris Bodenhausen at 913-370-3766, Jeff Hoffman at 913-370-0747 or the Extension Office at 913-833-5450 by Nov. 28. All livestock producers understand how difficult it has been this year with the dry weather that gave short feed and water supplies that will continue for months to come. Do plan to attend for the fellowship and educational information.

Date: 11-26-2012



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