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Seminar will be combination of webinar and local speakers; cover ranch management and cow herd economics.

December 13, 2010

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Ranch management and cow herd economics will be the focus of the day as K-State Research and Extension hosts the Winter Ranch Management Seminar in four Kansas locations.

The seminar will be held Jan. 11 in Ashland, El Dorado, Phillipsburg and Manhattan. All will start with registration at 4  p.m. (program beginning at 4:30 p.m.) and end at 8:30 p.m. Presentations will be a combination of webinar delivery and local speakers.

Featured speakers include Dale Smith, of Corsino Cattle Co., Amarillo, Texas, who will present "Ranch Management Focus" and Kevin Good, CattleFax economist, who will give the "CattleFax Update." Both of these presentations will be delivered via webinar.

Local speakers will be present at each location to give presentations on winter ration development, using a computerized ration balancing program and cow/calf health management, focusing on vaccination programs.

The cost to attend, which includes an evening meal, is $25 per person. If more than one person attends from any farm, family or business, the price for additional attendees is $15 per person. Online registration is available at http://www.asi.ksu.edu/rms.

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