UNL field lab to host animal management event

7/19/2014 2:16 AM
By Associated Press

BRULE, Neb. (AP) — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting an animal nutrition and management event at its field laboratory in Brule.

The High Plains Nutrition and Management Roundtable is scheduled for Aug. 28. This year's event will focus on cow herd size and beef production. Keynote speaker Tom Brink, the owner of Brink Consulting and Trading, will lead a discussion on creating valuable calves that feedlots want.

The annual meeting is hosted by the local chapter of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists, including beef industry professionals from Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado.

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Registration: www.nutritionroundtable.org


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