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NSGP to host lambing and kidding schools

Curt Arens Group of lambs
LITTLE LAMB: NSGP and Nebraska Extension are hosting two sessions of a lambing and kidding school in Seward and Bayard.
The sessions will be held at operations near Seward and Bayard, Neb.

The Nebraska Sheep and Goat Producers, along with Nebraska Extension, are planning two sessions of a lambing and kidding school. The first session is scheduled for Jan. 30 in Seward, and a second session will be held Feb. 6 in Bayard.

These schools can be attended in person or virtually. The cost for the in-person event is $25 for non-NSGP members, $20 for members and $10 for students. The cost includes printed materials and lunch.

For virtual attendees, the cost is $15 for non-NSGP members and $10 for members.

Each clinic will include tours of producer operations, with some hands-on learning, along with a lineup of educational speakers to increase the knowledge base for the upcoming lambing and kidding seasons.

Once a producer registers for the event and location of their choice, they will receive a full agenda of the day’s activities. Register by emailing ne.sheep.goat@gmail.com, or call Melissa at 308-386-8378.

On Sept. 18-19, NSGP will host a goat AI clinic in North Platte. The annual NSGP conference and meeting is set for Oct. 18-19 in Norfolk.

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