Stockmanship & Stewardship with Curt Pate at Lewiston

Wednesday, April 13 2011

Location: Lewiston Round Up Grounds - Lewiston, Idaho

This beef cattle handling seminar is brought to producers through a collaborative effort between the Idaho Beef Quality Assurance program, University of Idaho Extension educators, and allied industry. This is an educational opportunity that producers can take advantage of and maybe identify areas of improvement within their own operations.

The event is planned April 13 at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds at 2100 Tammany Creek Rd., Lewiston.

Curt Pate is a well-known clinician known for both his horsemanship and stockmanship skills. In a time where our industry is under constant scrutiny, Curt fully understands both the economic and societal benefits of handling stock correctly. Operating his own ranch in Montana, Curt has the credibility and experiences that enable him to be a strong communicator and presenter.

More information is available from Jackie Owens, Idaho BQA coordinator at the Caldwell Research and Extension Center, (208) 454-7654, or jackieo@uidaho.edu