OSU Extension in Nobel County and Columbiana County are exited to offer the 2021 Ohio Cow-Calf Management School to beef producers in Northeast Ohio! This school is scheduled over the course of two days, and focuses on forage and pasture management, along with breeding success, genetic selection, and maximizing cow longevity.
Session 1 will feature talks by several OSU Extension Educators focusing on how to overcome the challenges of making dry hay, forage fertility, hay storage economics, forage testing, stockpiling pasture, and the do’s and don’ts of pasture improvement.
Session 2 will feature Ohio seedstock producers, Dr. Alvaro Guerra Garcia, and OSU Extension educators covering breeding season management, genetic selection, maximizing cow longevity, semen handling, feeder calf management, and making cow culling decisions.
The sessions will be offered twice in two different locations - Columbiana County and Noble County. For Columbiana County Sessions Visit This Link
Session 1: January 28, 2021 I 9:00 am-3:15 pm
Session 2: February 11, 2021 I 9:00 am-3:15 pm
OSU Extension Caldwell Ops. and Eastern ARS
16714 Wolf Run Road,
Caldwell, Ohio 43724
PRICE: $40.00 (Price includes Session 1 & 2, Lunch both days). Limited to first 40 registrations in both locations. THESE ARE IN PERSON SESSIONS, Please read and observe all COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines. Registration Fliers with COVID-19 Guidelines are Available at This Link or by clicking the image below.