Oklahoma Seminar Visits Texas for Spring Management Tips April 13

Noble Foundation, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension and NRCS all team up.

Published on: Apr 7, 2010
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation of Ardmore, Okla. is teaming with the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service to host a "Basic Ag Spring Management Seminar."

The seminar is 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, at the Sanger High School Lecture Hall in Sanger, Texas.

Seminar attendees will receive information on pasture fertility for hay and grazing, optimal stocking rates, and the fundamental needs of various types of livestock. Additional presentations will cover the NRCS cost-share programs, resource inventory, and land use opportunities for rural landowners.

"The Basic Ag Spring Management Seminar will offer solid information for several key issues of management facing producers this spring," says Hugh Aljoe, Noble Foundation consultation program manager. "While the seminar is targeted to those just entering the agricultural industry, anybody can attend. The information gained from the seminar can be applied to many agricultural production scenarios or situations."

The seminar is offered at no cost, but advanced registration is required to plan for attendance. To register, please contact Tracie Cumbie at 580-224-6411, or register online at www.noble.org/AgEvents.