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Next Generation Ag Conference set May 23-24

Texas A&M Agrilife Extension and Capital Farm Credit invites interested residents to attend the Next Generation Agricultural Conference on May 23 and 24 at the Brazos Expo Center in Bryan, Texas. The conference is free for those who register by May 21. Late registration is $50. Lunch and breakfast will be provided both days.

Discussion topics include:

Analyzing the Performance of Your Operation;

Growing Your Operation and Advice from a Lender;

To Lease or Buy;

The Next Generation of Texas Agriculture;

Budgeting Tips;

Real Farm and Ranch Success Stories;

Southern Plains Ag Economy;

Developing This Year’s Marketing Plans for Your Ranch;

Managing Risk;

The View from the Bottom Side of the Fiscal Cliff;

Hay Perservation; and

Challenges and Opportunities in Rebuilding the Cow Herd.

Additional information can be found at the following link: To register go to and use the keyword: generation or call 979-845-2604. Hotel information can be found at

For more information, contact Jason Cleere, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, at or his office at 979-845-6931.

Date: 5/20/2013


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