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Webinar to prepare producers for natural disasters

The LPELC has scheduled a webcast to discuss the various natural disasters that occurred throughout 2017 and the ways that livestock farmers and Extension professionals cooperated.

Source: Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center
Today’s weather forecasters can do a decent job of warning of impending disastrous weather, but are you and your livestock operation prepared should your locale be hit with a natural disaster?

The Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center has scheduled a webcast for 1:30 p.m. (Central) Jan. 26 that will discuss the various natural disasters that occurred throughout 2017 and the ways that livestock farmers and Extension professionals cooperated. Also highlighted will be considerations related to manure storages that should be made when preparing an emergency response plan.

Webcast presenters will be Tommy Bass, Montana State University livestock environment associate specialist; Ronald Gill, Texas AgriLife Extension professor and Extension livestock specialist; Carl Dahlen, North Dakota State University; and Kevin Erb, University of Wisconsin-Extension Conservation Professional Development and Training coordinator.

On the day of the webcast, visit Extension.org to download the speaker’s PowerPoint presentations and connect to the virtual meeting room. First time viewers should also follow the steps at Extension.org.

More information is available by clicking here.

An application for continuing education credit for Certified Crop Advisors and members of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists will be submitted.

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