Ohio Beef Cattle School, class #3

We will be hosting a "live" feed of each of the 3 Ohio Beef Cattle School classes in various locations around Ohio

When Mar 11, 2014
from 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM
Where Fairfield County Ag Center, Lancaster plus other Counties across Ohio
Contact Name
Contact Phone 740.653.5419 x 24
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Hold these dates and make plans to participate in the 2014 Ohio Beef Cattle School series beginning on January 28, 2014 and continuing on the Tuesdays of February 18, and March 11. Following a theme of "% Calf Crop x Weight x Price - Expense = Profit," each session will be broadcast "live" beginning at 7 p.m. by many of Ohio's Extension offices via an internet link. During each session, multiple components of that equation will be explored.

Anyone who attends all three sessions in their entirety may be certified or re-certified for Ohio Beef Quality Assurance. This certification will remain good for 3 years.

More details are linked below.

To date, the following OSU Extension offices have made plans to host each of this year's Ohio Beef School sessions. Contact the host at the site of your choice for registration information or other details specific to that location:

Adams County, hosted at Frisch’s in West Union, contact David Dugan

Carroll County, contact Sandra Smith for location and details

Coshocton County, contact Emily Adams for location and details

Crawford County, hosted in the OSU Extension County Building, Bucyrus. contact Jason Hartschuh

Fairfield County, hosted in the Fairfield County Ag Center, Lancaster, contact Stan Smith

Fayette County, hosted in the Fayette County Ag Center, Washington CH, contact Adam Shepard

Hancock County, hosted in the Hancock Ag Services Building, Findlay, contact Ed Lentz

Hocking County, hosted at the Hocking County Extension office, Logan, contact Jerry Iles

Gallia County, hosted in the Gallia County Extension office, Gallipolis, contact Jeff Moore

Knox County, hosted at the Knox County Extension office, Mt. Vernon, contact Sabrina Schirtzinger

Licking County, hosted at Claylick Run Farm, 11970 Cross Rd., Newark, contact Ted Wiseman

Mahoning County, contact Eric Barrett for location and details

Monroe County, host at the Monroe Extension office, Woodsfield, contact Mark Landefeld

Morgan County, hosted at the Morgan County Extension office, McConnelsville, contact Chris Penrose

Morrow County, hosted at the OSU Extension office, Mt Gilead, contact Jeff McCutcheon

Muskingum County, hosted in the OSU Extension office, Zanesville, contact Mark Mechling

Perry County, hosted at the New Lexington High School Ag Room, contact Ted Wiseman

Pike County, hosted at the South Centers, Piketon, contact Jeff Fisher

Washington County, contact Levi Morrow for location and details

Wayne County, hosted in the Wayne County Admin. Building, Wooster, contact Rory Lewandowski

Williams County, hosted at the new Williams County OSU Extension office in Bryan, contact Florian Chirra

Elkhart & Kosciusko County Indiana Extension offices, (Purdue Extension), contact Kelly Heckaman for details

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