With University of Missouri Extension among many institutions going online for their meetings, producers now have an opportunity to attend workshops they might not have been able to because they were in a different part of the state. Two workshops around Southwest Missouri’s Cedar County have moved to the Zoom video conferencing platform, both hosted by livestock nutrition specialist Patrick Davis. That includes a three-night hay production class beginning March 31st.

The hay workshop will also meet April 2nd and April 7th. Davis and his colleagues will also host a sheep and goat workshop April 9th.

The cost for each workshop is 20 dollars. We’ve linked to the signup and additional details with this story on our website. You can also e-mail Davis<[email protected]> for more information or to begin the registration process.

SWMO Regional Hay Workshop: https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/regional-hay-school-lockwood-mo
Sheep and Goat Production Workshop: https://extension2.missouri.edu/events/sheep-and-goat-production-workshop