- Noble stocker program offers opportunity to brush up on stocker management.
- Information about stocker health and nutrition, forage production and management, market outlook will be presented.
- Owner’s perspective also offered.
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation will host a Winter Pasture/Stocker Cattle Seminar from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, July 26, at the Noble Foundation Kruse Auditorium.
Stocker cattle production is the primary agricultural industry in the Southern Great Plains. Noble Foundation agricultural consultants and invited speakers will provide attendees with information about stocker health and nutrition, forage production and management, market outlook, and an owner’s perspective on managing a successful stocker operation.
“This seminar is a great opportunity for producers to brush up on management techniques for their operations,” said Clay Wright, Noble Foundation livestock consultant. “As input costs continue to creep up, it is more important than ever to be as efficient as possible to ensure the vitality of our cattle and our operations.”
There is no registration fee, but preregistration is encouraged. For additional information or to register, call Tracy Cumbie at 580.224.6411 or register online at www.noble.org/agevents.