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FEEDLOT FOCUS: Register by Feb. 18 to attend a Cattle Feedlot Roundtable session on Feb. 20 at Manchester, Cresco or Ames.

What’s new in cattle feedlot management?

You can view a free beef cattle feedlot management webinar Feb. 20 at three locations in Iowa.

The Iowa Beef Center and Iowa State University Extension are teaming up with the University of Nebraska to offer a Feedlot Roundtable session at three Iowa locations from 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 20. The session will be held in person at West Point, Neb., and via an internet connection at Manchester, Cresco and Ames in Iowa.

Topics for this year’s session include improving safety and health of employees, open feedlot pen management using roller compacted concrete and fly ash, and beef sustainability. In addition, the session will include an ISU beef research update and information on impacting beef sustainability.

You are asked to preregister by Feb. 18 for the location you will attend using the appropriate contact information as listed below. There's no cost to attend.

The sessions are:

  • Delaware County Extension; 1417 N. Franklin St., Manchester;
    contact Denise Schwab at or 319-472-4739.
  • Howard County Extension; 132 First Ave. W, Cresco;
    Contact Sue Barnes at or 563-547-3001.
  • ISU Hansen Ag Student Center; 2508 Mortensen Road, Ames;
    Contact Iowa Beef Center at or 515-294-2333.

See the Feedlot Roundtable flyer for more information.

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