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ANNUAL EVENT: University of Minnesota Extension has hosted the annual Cattle Feeder Days program for more than four decades.

Cattle Feeder Days 2019 sets December dates

Programs will be held in Rochester and Luverne on Dec. 17 and Dec. 19, respectively.

The University of Minnesota Extension invites state cattle feeders to Cattle Feeder Days 2019.

Cattle Feeder Days will be held in Rochester on Dec. 17 and in Luverne on Dec. 19.

Topics covered this year are primarily nutrition-related.

Erik Loe and Wes Gentry from Midwest PMS will speak about managing intakes when receiving cattle.

Nathan Pyatt will discuss liver abscesses and the use of Tylan as a preventative measure.

Joe Armstrong will wrap up the evening by discussing the causes of late days on feed deaths and how producers can prevent these costly losses.

The annual Cattle Feeder Days program has been held for more than 40 years, offering the latest in information, technology and research for cattle feeders in the state of Minnesota. The program features information on production management, nutrition, efficiency, and marketing.

To register, visit

If you preregister online, the cost to attend is $15. Otherwise, the cost at the door is $20.

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