LANCASTER, N.H. — UNH Cooperative Extension is hosting a Livestock Ration Clinic. This 3-day online short course is open to livestock owners of all skills and experience levels. It is designed to teach participants how to develop simple feed rations to meet the nutritional needs of livestock of all types and life stages, while meeting the production goals of your farm. On day 1, The basics of animal nutrition will be explained. On day 2, participants will learn how to formulate rations on their farm. Participants can then try out developing rations on their own and will have an opportunity on day 3 to bring in their developed rations for critiques. On day 3, UNH Extension will be available to help out and answer any specific questions about developing rations for your livestock.
Day 1: Basic Livestock Nutrition, Mon. Jan 4th 6:30-8pm Speaker: Dr. Pete Erickson, Professor/Extension Dairy Specialist
Day 2: How to Formulate Livestock Rations, Tues. Jan 5th 6:30-8pm Speaker: Carl Majewski, Dairy, Livestock & Forage Crops Field Specialist
Day 3: Example Rations and Help from an Expert! Mon. Jan 11th 6:30-8pm Speaker: Dr. Pete Erickson Professor/Extension Dairy Specialist
To register visit https://extension.unh.edu/events/livestock-ration-clinic
A fee is charged for this Extension program to cover costs. A limited number of scholarships are available to individuals unable to pay. Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
–UNH Cooperative Extension
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