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Soil, water conservation districts to meet Oct. 16




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The South Central Texas Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts will meet Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 8:30 a.m. in the Burleson County Expo Center in Caldwell.

During the business meeting, directors are expected to receive updates on national and state soil and water conservation issues.

Following the business meeting, soil and water conservation district directors will tour the Custom Blenders plant. The plant is a food waste and bakery waste recycling company that specializes in providing commercial bakeries, food manufacturers, and confectionary companies with professional and secure removal of inedible by-products. By using special technology and a standardized process, Custom Blenders separates non-edible material from food products using special drying and refinement until the result is a highly palatable feed ingredient for poultry, swine, livestock, and the pet food industry.
 

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