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La Crosse cattlemen's seminar focuses on animal health and nutrition

The Kansas Cattlemen’s Association and the LaCrosse Livestock Market are hosting an Animal Health and Nutrition Seminar and prime rib supper at the LaCrosse Livestock Market on Sept. 4. The supper will begin at 6 p.m. followed by presentations from Merck Animal Health, High Plains Nutrition Services, and Zoetis. The evening seminar will focus on nutrition factors during drought years, important vaccinations at weaning time, and key factors to consider when starting a growing program.

“We are going to have three short presentations that will provide a wealth of information to producers. This is a meeting that will help prepare for weaning and bring more profitability to cattle operations. We encourage folks to come out, enjoy a great evening meal prepared by Frank Seidel of LaCrosse Livestock Market, get some information, and visit with animal health specialists and KCA staff. Walnut Creek District Extension Agent Jared Petersilie will also be in attendance to answer questions and visit with producers. We are looking forward to a wonderful evening and are excited to talk with area cattlemen,” stated KCA Executive Director Brandy Carter.

This event is possible through the support and donations of: Bank of Hays, Dechant & Taylor Chartered, Farmers Bank and Trust, Golden Plains Trucking Inc., Gorham State Bank, High Plains Nutrition Service, Kansas State University Research and Extension, LaCrosse Livestock Market, Lang Diesel, Merck Animal Health, Midland Marketing Co-Op, Plains Trader, Radke Implement, Inc., Ricks Food Store, South Fork Meat Processors, The Nekoma State Bank, and Zoetis.

This meal and seminar are free and open to the public. However, Kansas Cattlemen’s Association is asking that those interested in attending make reservations so that proper meal accommodations can be made. Please RSVP by Sept. 3 to the Kansas Cattlemen’s Association office at 785-238-1483.

Kansas Cattlemen’s Association is dedicated to promoting the interests of independent cattle producers of Kansas and work devotedly to fulfill our mission: “to restore profits, self-esteem, freedom, fair trade, trust and community pride back to the farms, ranches, and rural communities across Kansas and the nation.”

Date: 8/26/2013



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