A. SAL Newsletter March-April 2009
Topics include: Texas Master Naturalist, Texas Beef Quality Program, Herbicides, controlling field sandbur, livestock facts
A1. Beef Quality TrainingTBQP
Beef producers can get free training to help them become more competitive by attending the Texas Beef Quality Producer Program in Lubbock, Texas, on Tuesday, April 21, 2009.
B.. SAL Newsletter May-June 2009
Topics Include: Parasite Clinic, Pocket Gophers, After CRP Workshop, Beef 706
B1. Creating a Resource Inventory
An accurate inventory of your resources is important for the evaluation of the current health of the operation and planning for the future.
B2. Beef 706 Youth Program
The Beef 706 Youth Program will be offered June 2-3 or June 4-5, 2009
C. SAL Newsletter July-August 2009
Topics Include: 4-H EXCELL Golf tournament, Wildfires, Texas Bullnettle, Nitrate Poisoning, Prussic Acid, Web courses available for small acreage landowners
D. SAL Newsletter September-October 2009
Topics Include: Centennial Celebration, Pesticide Collection Day, High Plains Ag Conference, Preparing Your Lawn For Winter, Texas Master Naturalist
D1. High Plains Ag Conference
TDA -Recieve 5 CEU’s in one day. CCA- Recieve 5 CEU’s in one day