Wednesday, November 18, 2009

4-State Beef Conference--Lewis, IA Jan. 12 at 9:30 am


The 4-State Beef Conference is designed to provide beef cattle interests in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska a regular update on current cow-calf and stocker topics. The conference is a forum of specialists from four of the nation's leading beef cattle land grant universities.

To register online or for more information go to:

Whole Herd Health: Common Health Problems Dr. Richard Randle Associate Professor, Vet & Biomedical Sciences University of Nebraska
Mineral Nutrition Dr. K.C. Olson Associate Professor, Cow-Calf Nutrition and Management Kansas State University
Factors Affecting Sale Barn Prices Karl Harborth Extension Livestock Specialist Kansas State University Extension
Replacement Heifers: Buying vs. Raising Dr. John Lawrence Extension Livestock Economist and DirectorIowa Beef Center, Iowa State University

January 12
9:30 a.m. Armstrong Research Farm53020 Hitchcock AvenueLewis, Iowa
3:30 p.m. Community Building 335 Clay Tecumseh, Nebraska
January 13
9:30 a.m. Eiberger Building4552 Hwy 169King City, Missouri
3:30 p.m. Jackson County Fair building5th & DakotaHolton, Kansas

Note: All four meetings have the same topics, just different times and locations.

Registration Detail
$25 Registration Fee
January 8, 2010 Deadline

The fee includes a meal and a copy of the conference proceedings.
Call or email to register :

Iowa--Clint McDonald 712-644-2105

or register online via PayPal at

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