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MSU Extension agents have teamed up to present the South Central AG Forum

The workshops will be held January 22, 23, and 24
Posted at 12:01 PM, Jan 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-11 14:01:10-05

BILLINGS — Montana State University Extension agents in Yellowstone, Carbon, Big Horn, Musselshell and Stillwater Counties have teamed up to present the South Central Ag Forum, according to a press release from MSU.

The workshops will be held January 22, 23, and 24, featuring the same set of presentations in Billings, Roundup, Hardin, Joliet and Columbus. Attendees are encouraged to attend the workshop that best fits their schedule.

Speakers include, Dr. Carla Sanford, MSU Extension Beef Specialist, Dr. Jeff Mosley, MSU Extension Range Management Specialist, Callie Cooley, MSU Extension Agent in Yellowstone County, and Molly Masters, MSU Extension Agent in Big Horn County.

Dr. Sanford will discuss her research regarding heifer development, postpartum management, and the concept of fetal programming, while Dr. Mosley will discuss grazing management options during spring and early fall. Cooley and Masters’s presentation will focus on the importance of water quality for livestock.

Times and locations of the workshops are as follows:

Billings – January 22, 1:00 PM, MetraPark Yellowstone Room, 308 6th Ave N

Roundup – January 22, 5:00 PM, Musselshell Ambulance Barn, 704 1st St E

Hardin – January 23, 1:00 PM, Big Horn County Extension Office, 317 N Custer

Joliet – January 23, 5:00 PM, Beartooth RC & D Building, 128 S Main St

Columbus – January 24, 11:00 AM, Columbus Fire Department, 944 E Pike Ave

The workshops are free for all to attend. RSVP to Callie Cooley by January 21.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the MSU Extension office in Yellowstone County at 406-256-2828 or