Beef cattle seminar set
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[January 09, 2009]
URBANA -- Beef producers interested in learning
more about controlling costs will have that opportunity Feb. 5 at
the 2009 Northern Illinois Beef Cattle Seminar, sponsored by
University of Illinois Extension, at the Black Hawk East auditorium
south of Kewanee.
"Presentations will be made by U of I Extension personnel,
industry representatives and an expert on renewable fuels," said
Alan Miller, U of I Extension beef specialist.
identifying the hidden costs of feeding cows; nutrient pricing
and ration-balancing program; renewable fuels; identification
and management of recessive gene traits in cattle; and meeting
consumer demand with an Illinois-raised product. The event opens with registration at 9:30 a.m. and concludes
at about 3 p.m. The auditorium is located near the junction of
highways 78 and 34.
Registration is $18 per person and includes lunch.
Registrations are due Feb. 1. To register, send name, address,
number attending and check (made out to "University of
Illinois") to the Henry-Stark Extension Unit, 26234 Black Hawk
Road, Galva, IL 61434.
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