The third annual Deep South Stocker Conference is Aug. 19 at Auburn University's E.V. Smith Research Center in Shorter. A joint effort of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the Mississippi State University Extension Service, and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, the presentations include:
- "Considerations for Successful Deworming" by Thomas Yazwinski, University of Arkansas.
- "Developing a Sound Mineral Program" by John Arthington, University of Florida.
- "Managing Buy-Sell Margins for Feeder Cattle" by Emmit Rawls, University of Tennessee.
- "Economic Grazing Programs for Stockers" by Don Ball, Auburn University.
- Producer Panel that includes Tim Tucker, Monroe, AL; and Clay Kennemer, Hollywood, AL.
- "Advances in Shipping Fever Treatment" by Clint Krehbiel, Oklahoma State University.
- "Byproduct Feeding" by Darrell Rankins, Auburn University.
The conference begins at 8 a.m. Aug. 19 and ends at 4:45 p.m. for a tour of new backgrounding research facility at E.V. Smith Research Center. Registration is $75 ($100/couple), which includes educational seminars, meals and tours. To register, contact Kathleen Swenson at 334-844-1526; email@example.com.