HUDSON, N.Y. — Are you interested in purchasing a group of cattle in the spring, feeding them all summer, and selling them in the fall? Join us for a meeting to learn key points to consider for healthy animals and profitability on July 11th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Diamond Hills Farm, 80 Angus Lane, Hudson, NY 12534. All About Stockers is presented by the Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program and Cornell Cooperative Extension, Albany County, in a Beef Production and Marketing Series being held throughout the summer months.
Presenters include Jason Detzel, Ulster County Senior Resource Livestock Educator and owner of Diamond Hills Farm, and Mike Baker, the Cornell University Beef Specialist.
To take advantage of the early registration price of $10, please register and pay by July 9, 2019. You may register online at http://tinyurl.com/AllAboutStockers. Registration at the door is $15 per person. If you would like to register by phone or have questions, please contact (518) 765-3518 or firstname.lastname@example.org. FSA Borrower Training Credits are approved for this class.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension
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