Fall pasture management program Sept. 19 in San Antonio

Rob Williams, Texas AgriLife Today

September 15, 2023


The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bexar County will present the Fall Pasture Management program Sept. 19 in San Antonio.

The program will be held from 9 a.m.-noon in Suite 208 of the AgriLife Extension office in Bexar County, 3355 Cherry Ridge. Registration is $20 both at the door or in advance. Advance registration can be done by calling 210-631-0400 or by email at kennedy.green@ag.tamu.edu.

Cash, check or credit card payments will be accepted. Checks should be payable to Bexar Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and mailed to 3355 Cherry Ridge, Suite 212, San Antonio, Texas 78230.

There will be a total of three Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education units available, including two integrated pest management units and one laws and regulations unit.

Speakers and topics

The following will be topics and speakers:

Southern Livestock

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