Clayton To Give Address After Tradeshow, Classic Tractor Contest

Event features tradeshow, classic tractor contest, and covers livestock, forage and farm estate strategies

Published on: Nov 15, 2012

Tony Clayton of Clayton Agri-Marketing will be the keynote speaker at the free two-day Missouri Livestock Symposium, Dec. 7-8 at Kirksville Middle School.

Clayton, of Jefferson City, will talk about his 25-plus years of experience exporting livestock and agriculture products from the U.S. to more than 40 countries.

A trade show kicks off the two-day event at 4 p.m. and a classic tractor contest gives participants an opportunity to be featured on television station KTVO's "Good Morning Heartland" program.

Clayton will give the keynote address at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 7, following a free 6 p.m. dinner, award presentations and musical entertainment.

Clayton, of Jefferson City, will talk about his 25-plus years of experience exporting livestock and agriculture products from the U.S. to more than 40 countries.
Clayton, of Jefferson City, will talk about his 25-plus years of experience exporting livestock and agriculture products from the U.S. to more than 40 countries.

A variety of farm and livestock workshops

On Saturday, nationally known speakers on horses, cattle, goats, stock dogs and other topics such as forage and farm estate strategies will present a variety of workshops. Topics include pinkeye, MU's Quality Beef by the Numbers program, bluetongue, chronic wasting disease, sheep economy, hair sheep, horse nutrition and genetics, and meat goats. There will also be workshops on flower arrangement and nutrition in the home. At noon there will be a free "governor's-style luncheon" sponsored by the Missouri Department of Agriculture and several Missouri commodity groups.

Program and trade show details are available at the Missouri Livestock Symposium website. For more information, contact Bruce Lane, Adair County MU Extension Center, at 660-665-9866 or LaneN@missouri.edu.

Pre-registration is not required.

Source: Missouri Livestock Symposium