Grazing is an essential part of raising cattle on the Canadian landscape. Whether you have been managing cattle on grass for years or are just starting, it is important to have a plan. A grazing plan matches animal numbers to predicted forage yields to help balance supply and demand. Ideally, a grazing plan is in place before cattle are turned out. An important first step in developing a plan includes defining goals and objectives for the entire grazing operation. This webinar will cover the basics of developing a grazing plan.
Register for our upcoming webinar on February 9th and hear from two industry experts from western and eastern regions of Canada as well as a producer who will be sharing their practical perspective. The speakers will provide insight and answer your questions about developing and executing a grazing plan that meets your short- and long-term goals.
Are you new to backgrounding? Join us as we discuss some common challenges that producers face when backgrounding calves. This presentation will be useful for those who have backgrounded calves, are currently backgrounding, are new to backgrounding weaned calves or are considering doing so in the future.
Register for our upcoming webinar to hear from three industry experts from across Canada as they provide insight and answer your questions about how to implement or improve your backgrounding operation.
This webinar also qualifies for 1 continuing education (CE) credit for registered veterinary technologists and technicians. A total of 3 CE credits will be available over the course of the BCRC 2021-22 webinar series. For more information on CE accreditation for RVT’s, please contact Dana Parker (email@example.com)