The KOMA (Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas) Beef Cattle Conference will be coming back to Kansas on Jan. 24 after a long hiatus. The four-state areas premier beef cattle conference is designed to help cow-calf producers make better managerial decisions. Next years hosts include the Southeast Area Research and Extension Center of Kansas State University, Southwind Extension District, Wildcat Extension District, and Cherokee County Extension.
The conference will take place at Greenbush Education Service Center in Greenbush, 947 W. 47 Hwy. Girard, beginning at 10:30 a.m. with registration, and the chance for producers to visit with sponsoring agricultural businesses. Educational sessions will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 3:45 p.m., with a free catered lunch included.
The focus of this meeting will be From Grass to Cash. Presenters from Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri will address forage management, cow-calf management, cow herd diseases, and economics of production.
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