CARROLLTON, Mo. — Livestock specialist Jenna Monnig will be hosting an upcoming drought management meeting for beef cattle producers in Carroll County. The meeting will be held July 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Carroll County Extension building basement.
“Obviously we’re in the middle of a drought and it’s pretty serious for our beef cattle producers right now, looking at their pasture and what they’re going to do for hay supplies,” Monnig said. “So we’re going to have this meeting on Tuesday, July 24.”
Monnig will go over various topics, such as pasture management, alternate forage options, nitrate toxicity and culling decisions.
The drought management meeting is open to the public and is free of charge. Producers who are interested in attending the meeting are encouraged to RSVP by July 20. To reserve your seat call 660-542-1792 or email Monnig at [email protected]
“We hope that if people can get some use out of it and find some more information hopefully help them through this drought,” Monnig said.