Checking In on the Beef Checkoff- Oklahoma Beef Council Helping Sponsor Curt Pate in Ardmore September 19thWed, 05 Sep 2018 20:38:13 CDT
The Noble Research Institute and the Oklahoma Beef Council would like to invite all cattle producers to a seminar featuring nationally recognized cattle handling expert Curt Pate. The seminar will offer ways to work cattle in an efficient, effective, low-stress manner to enhance cattle movement, performance and handler safety.
Human safety, cattle performance, family dynamics, consumer perspectives are all impacted by the way we work cattle on our ranches. Low-stress cattle handling improves producer and family safety, morale and retention. It has also has been proven to improve animal performance, safety, health, meat quality and the perception of the cattle industry. Cattle care and handling is a top concern of consumers. Cattle ranchers and handlers demonstrate their commitment to animal care and consumer concerns by implementing cattle handling procedures to ensure both animal care and human safety.
The evening will include sessions on working cattle on horseback and on the ground. A free steak dinner will be served.
For more details and to register- click or tap here.
In our latest edition of Checking in on the Beef Checkoff, Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talks with Heather Buckmaster of the Oklahoma Beef Council about the Curt Pate event. You can listen to Ron and Heather by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below.
To learn more about all the great things going on with today's Beef Checkoff, click here for the Oklahoma Beef Council website.
Ron Hays talks with Heather Buckmaster about the Curt Pate Stockmanship Seminar
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