A Great Lineup for This Year’s Winter Grazing Seminar
GLASGOW,Mont.–Montana ranchers interested in boosting cattle performance, hearing an overview of sage-grouse conservation efforts, or getting a long-term perspective on the cattle market will not want to miss the 2017 Winter Grazing Seminar, set for Jan. 17-18 at the Cottonwood Inn & Suites in Glasgow, MT.
Speakers include several specialists from Montana State University, Fort Keogh Livestock & Range Research Lab, Mr. Burke Teichart, and Mr. Angus McIntosh. “This year’s seminar will offer in-depth discussions of topics such as winter feeding and forage management, mineral supplements, and stock management before and after calving. It's a lineup we are very excited about” said Stacey Barta, Rangeland Resources Program Coordinator with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC). “It’s a great opportunity to meet with other producers and hear from the specialists in a relaxed setting.”
The $40.00 registration fee includes lunch on both day and a banquet on the evening of Jan. 17. The banquet will include a no-host social and guest speaker Bruce Vincent, a nationally-recognized voice for agriculture, rural communities and conservation.