LOUISBURG, Pa. — A Winter and Spring series of discussions with a hands-on workshop will be conducted via webinar and in-person. Discussions will include the following topics and the series will conclude with a Field Day in June 2022.
Session 1: Friday, October 22: a hands-on Freeze branding demonstration, along with other methods of cattle ID from 10 am – 1 pm, at Meadow Lane Farm, Louisburg (rain date is Thursday, Oct. 28). Box lunch will be provided. This is a totally outside event, dress appropriately. Register at the following: https://go.ncsu.edu/2021cowcamp101
Session 2: Thursday, December 16: Cattle Marketing webinar (in-person) beginning at 6 pm, at the Extension Center Annex, in Louisburg. Dinner provided.
Session 3: Tuesday, January 18, 2022: Winter Feeding and Supplementation for Brood Cows; Time TBA (in-person and via Zoom.)
Session 4: Tuesday, February 15, 2022: Weaning Management: Nutrition and Vaccinations, Time TBA, (in-person and via Zoom.)
Session 5: Tuesday, April 19, 2022: Reproduction, Calving, and Mineral/Hoof Management, Time TBA, (in-person and via Zoom.)
5-County BEEF Tour: Tuesday, June 21, 2022: A morning tour of three farms followed by BEEF sponsored lunch; forage variety test plots; marketing; genetics. Hosted by Franklin County.
For more information about this program, contact Martha Mobley, email@example.com, Agricultural Extension Agent or call 919-496-3344. This event is sponsored by N.C. Cooperative Extension, Franklin County Center.
–Martha Mobley, N.C. State Extension