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Register for grazing workshop by Aug. 17




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Ranchers and landowners interested in learning about improving their cattle operation and profitability will want to register by Friday, Aug. 17, for the Ranch Management Clinic on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the American Legion Post No. 0436, located at 1404 Zanderson Ave. in Jourdanton.

Speakers for the workshop include Bill Armstrong, who will offer insight on what it takes to restore degraded, brush-infested land for both livestock and wildlife.

Mark Hazard will share the principles that make his family stocker operation run smoothly and profitably, year in and year out.

Vance Mitchell, a sixth-generation Texas rancher, will talk about how he stays flexible and profitable in the livestock business by operating both cow/calf and stocker operations on his ranch.

Cost is $25, and Continuing Education Units will be offered, along with lunch.

Register by Friday, Aug. 17, by calling 361-592-0309, ext. 3, or email Jason Hohlt at jason.hohlt@tx.usda.gov.
 

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