Farmers and ranchers across Central Texas are invited to attend local meetings of a web-broadcast farm and ranch seminar, presented by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, on Dec. 13. The webinars will be held at 12 Texas AgriLife offices in Central Texas.
Dr. Larry Redmon, Texas AgriLife Extension state forage specialist, will present “Livestock Management and Impacts on Water Quality.” Additional presentations by state experts will cover various topics, including brush control, drift minimization and herbicide management.
Program participants will qualify for up to eight continuing education units: five in General, one in Drift Minimization, one in Integrated Pest Management and one in Laws and Regulations.
The following counties will host the webinar on Dec. 13: Bell County (Temple); Comanche and Eastland counties (DeLeon); Ellis County (Waxahachie); Erath, Hood and Somervell counties (Stephenville); Hamilton and Coryell counties (Hamilton); Hill County (Hillsboro); Johnson and Bosque counties (Cleburne); Limestone County (Groesbeck); Navarro County (Corsicana); Robertson, Falls, Leon and Milam counties (Franklin); and Williamson County (Georgetown).
Registration will be $50 and includes lunch. For more information or to register, contact your local Texas AgriLife Extension office.