South Plains producers can update their crop production and management skills and earn continuing education units at any of seven upcoming agriculture conferences. The Texas Cooperative Extension events are slated for January and February.

Conference dates and locations are:

— Jan. 15, West Plains Cotton Conference at the Sundown Room on the South Plains College campus in Levelland. Registration begins at 8 a.m.; the program at 8:30 a.m. Participants can qualify for five continuing education units. Call the Extension office in Hockley County at 806-894-3159 for more details.

— Jan. 16, Caprock Cotton Conference at the Plains Baptist Assembly south of Floydada. Call the Extension office in Floyd County at 806-983-4912 or Crosby County at 806-675-2347.

— Jan. 24, Southern Mesa Ag Conference at the Dawson County Annex Building, 609 N. First Street in Lamesa. Registration begins at 8 a.m.; the program at 8:30 a.m. Participants can qualify for at least five continuing education units. Call the Extension office in Dawson County at 806-872-3444.

— Jan. 26, Llano Estacado Cotton Conference at the Bailey County Coliseum in Muleshoe. Call the Extension office in Bailey County at 806-272-4584.

— Feb. 6, Sandyland Ag Conference at the Gaines County Civic Building in Seminole. Call the Extension office in Gaines County at 432-758-4006.

— Feb. 7, South Plains Ag Conference at the Nikki Vinson Youth Center, 110 East Hill Street in Brownfield. Call the Extension office in Terry County at 806-637-4060.

— Feb. 7, Hale and Swisher County Crops Conference at the Ollie Liner Center in Plainview. Call the Extension office in Hale County at 806-291-5267 or Swisher County at 806-995-3726.