1st Cattlemen’s Clinics
Don’t miss the Cattlemen’s Clinics that are scheduled for January 19, 2018 in Loyalton and January 20, 2018 in Quincy. You will be able to get BQA certified at the clinic and receive tips from UC Davis’s Brett McNabb, DVM on developing your whole herd health plan.
The workshops will also feature Ken Tate with a water quality update, livestock predator interaction presentations by Leslie Roche and Dan Macon, along with a Beef Cattle Marketing presentation by Tina Saitone.
The workshops are sponsored by California Beef Cattle Improvement Association, California Beef Council and University of California Cooperative Extension.
Click here for printable agenda and mail in registration form - Cattlemen's Clinic Registration Flyer - FINAL
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