BUFFALO, Mo. — “As winter approaches, an evaluation of proper nutritional and reproductive management will assist in obtaining optimum productivity in the beef operation and increase the likelihood of seeing a profitable cow herd,” says Andy McCorkill MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist. MU Extension Livestock Specialists Andy McCorkill and Patrick Davis are working together to provide a fall beef cattle producer management workshop on the evenings of November 30th in Buffalo, Mo. The one night meeting will be held at the Dallas County R-1 Schools Alumni Center located at 205 S Hickory Street, Buffalo, MO 65622. The meeting will start at 6:30 pm.
“Workshops will cover winter cattle nutrition and reproduction management strategies,” says Davis. Topics covered by MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist will include:
- Cattle supplementation and nutritional management
- Cattle reproductive management as fall calving cow breeding season approaches
- Pros and cons of fall and or spring calving season
The workshop is offered free to the be public but we request that you register by November 29th. To register, contact the Dallas County MU Extension Center at (417) 345-7551, the Cedar County MU Extension Center at (417) 276-3313, or register online at https://extension.missouri.edu/events/fall-beef-cattle-producer-management-workshop-buffalo-mo .
— Missouri Extension