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PREPARING: Kansas State University’s Animal Sciences and Industry Department wants to help beef cattle producers get ready for the reduction in forage that is expected to come with ongoing drought.

K-State offers Zoom webinar for beef producers

The educational webinar will focus on preparing for the impacts of drought on cow herds.

Registration is now open for a webinar that will help Kansas beef cattle producers prepare to manage and reduce the impacts of drought and reduced forage availability on cow herds.

The webinar will be hosted by the Kansas State University Animal Sciences and Industry Department and K-State Research and Extension via Zoom on July 9, at noon CDT.

“As the saying goes, failing to plan, is planning to fail.” says Sandy Johnson, K-State beef Extension specialist. “This webinar is being conducted to help cow-calf producers evaluate the options they have to make strategic adjustments in response to reduced forage availability. We want producers to be prepared to take advantage of opportunities that may arise given current resources, markets and weather.”

The program will feature strategic reduction of grazing pressure, drought supplementation of cows, early weaned calf nutrition and management, as well as calf health considerations. These topic areas will be addressed by members of the K-State Beef Extension Team.

Register for the webinar online. For questions about the event or to register, please contact Lois Schreiner, lschrein@ksu.edu, 785-532-1267.

The Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences and Industry serves students, livestock producers, and the animal and food industries through teaching, research and education.

The K-State ASI department prepares students for careers in the animal and food industries. The curriculum includes the study of nutrition, reproduction, genetics, behavior, meat science and food science with production, management and agribusiness skills. For more about the K-State’s ASI department, visit asi.k-state.edu.

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