BLOOMSBURG, Pa. — “In the beef cow enterprise, efficient reproduction is the key to profitability,” said Dave Hartman, Extension Educator, who is part of the effort to bring Dr. G. Cliff Lamb, professor and head of the Department of Animal Science, Texas A&M, to Bloomsburg to speak to area cattle producers.
“Dr. Lamb will discuss ways that we can use various management tools to improve reproductive efficiency and realize better economic success,” said Hartman. “This is a unique opportunity to hear an out-of-state beef specialist speaking in the region.”
Lamb will deliver the presentation, “Enhancing Productivity of Beef Cattle Operations Using Reproductive Management and Technology” during the workshop at Columbia County Extension Office.
Penn State Extension, with support from the PA Beef Producers Working Group, will host the workshop that takes place Feb. 16 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Participants can complete their registrations by Feb. 9 through https://extension.psu.edu/beef-producer-winter-meeting or by calling 877-345-0691.
There is no cost to the session, which will be conducted at the Columbia County Extension Office, 702 Sawmill Road, Bloomsburg, 17815.
— PA Beef Producers