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Beef Basics: Things to Consider Before Starting your Small Herd

Beef Basics: Things to Consider Before Starting your Small Herd

This webinar is part of the 2020 series for the MidAtlantic Women in Agriculture Program sponsored by the University of Maryland Extension. Webinars are hosted the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at noon EST and focus on topics in the area of risk management.

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This webinar will address key areas that need to be considered before starting a small beef herd.  Emphasis for this talk will be on defining of end-product goals and using those goals to drive animal management decisions.  This talk will also discuss some of the challenges and opportunities associated with raising a small herd of beef cattle in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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