Idaho Range Livestock Symposium
January 6-9, 2020
A one-day traveling program and networking event packed with information on industry relevant topics for producers and rangeland managers. University of Idaho Extension works with partners to produce this event at no cost to attendees, but registration is required.
Using the 2020 theme “Adapting to a Changing Rangeland Environment,” U of I researchers will present on a variety of topics, including grazing for healthy landscapes and cost effective management to enhance cow adaptability and performance.
Jason Ahola from Colorado State University will present on the value of BQA certification, and keynote speaker Kit Pharo from Pharo Cattle Company will discuss the ranch benefits of appropriate cow size with a profit-per-acre focus.
Join us in a location convenient to you:
- January 6 – Marsing, Idaho
- January 7 – Twin Falls, Idaho
- January 8 – Pocatello, Idaho
- January 9 – Rexburg, Idaho
This event is free, but registration is required.