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Livestock 101 Camp
4-H'ers, Parents, Project Leaders, FFA'ers and anyone who's interested can learn about market animal projects! Learn from industry professionals how to feed, fit, show and market your animal and so much more. New this year are special guest speakers including a California State Vet and an expert on carcass evaluation and explanation. This years event will take place on Saturday October 20, 2018 in Loyalton, Calif. For complete agenda and to register click here.
Cattlemen's Conversation with CA Department of Food & Ag
Cattlemen are invited to a question and answer session with California Department of Food and Agriculture on October 20 from 1-3 pm in Loylaton at the Golden West. Ranchers will have the opportunity to meet with Dr. Dennis Wilson, Supervisor of the Antimicrobial Use and Stewardship Program and Dr. Mike Poulos, Redding District Veterinary.
Discussion topics include...
- Antimicrobial Use & Stewardship Regulations
- Livestock Transportation Across State Lines
- Emerging Animal Health Concerns
- And More…
This is a FREE event. If you have any questions please contract Tracy Schohr at email@example.com.
Did you miss the event in January or would like to refresh your memory? Click here for program highlights!
The UCCE Plumas-Sierra team is excited to share our 2017-2018 annual report.
Click here, to learn more about the extension programs and research projects underway in our local community.
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Bring the wild back into our farmlands to protect biodiversity, researchers say
Posted 10/18/2018 - Berkeley — With a body the size of a fist and wings that span more than a foot, the big brown bat must gorge on 6,000 to 8,000 bugs a night to maintain its stature. This mighty appetite can be a boon to farmers battling crop-eating pests. But...
Dry conditions keep sudden oak death in check, yet significant outbreaks continue
Posted 10/9/2018 - Sudden oak death, which has killed millions of trees in California over the past 20 years, is spreading more slowly, according to California's most recent citizen-science sudden oak death survey. The 2018 SOD Blitz results indicate Phytophthora...