Mark your calendars for the 29th annual Texoma Ag Seminar to be held Thursday, Feb. 27 at the Pioneer Hall in Henrietta. A noon meal will be served to start the event.
Educational workshops begin at 1 p.m. Forage quality will be the focus of this year’s educational workshops. Sessions will include “Forage Quality and How it Correlates to Beef Cattle Herd Reproductive Performance” and “Drift Management and Effective Timing and Application of Herbicides.” CEUs will be offered to those with a Private Applicator pesticide license. The cost to attend the educational workshops will be $10 per person.
The Grazing Hour will occur from 5 to 7 p.m. As usual, vendors offering agricultural and business services will be set up. There will also be entertainment, plenty of food and door prize giveaways.
All events during the Texoma Ag Seminar will take place at the Clay County Pioneer Hall. All area producers are encouraged to attend to receive information which will help them make sound management decisions in their beef cattle operations. And of course, everyone is invited to come out for the Grazing Hour and interact with the vendors and learn about any new products they may have.
Producers interested in attending the lunch should RSVP to the Clay County Extension office at (940) 538-5042 or 538-5052 by Monday, Feb. 24 for meal planning purposes.