If you want leading-edge research on how ethanol co-products work in cattle diets, mark your calendar for the High Plains Biofuels Co-Product Nutrition Conference, Feb. 20 at the Plaza Hotel in Garden City, KS.

Researchers from seven different universities will look at the impact of ethanol production on the feedyard industry from a variety of perspectives, including potential toxicity issues, use in steam-flaked corn diets and other topics. For more info, contact Chris Reinhardt, Kansas State University Extension feedlot specialist, at cdr3@ksu.edu or 785-532-1672.