K-State Cattle Feeders College Set for May 14 in Scott City

April 27, 2015 05:36 AM
K-State Cattle Feeders College Set for May 14 in Scott City

Renowned Texas horseman Joe Wolter will be the featured speaker.
By: Mary Lou Peter, K-State Research & Extension News

The 2015 edition of the K-State Cattle Feeders College is planned for May 14 at the Scott County Indoor Arena and Activities Center, 610 E. Fairground Road in Scott City, Kansas.

Joe Wolter, who has built a reputation for his work with horses and people, is the featured speaker. More information about Wolter is available at joewolter.com. Cattle feeders and others are welcome to attend, but must pre-register.

The day starts with registration at 3:30 p.m., and also features the “Top Hand” Cattle Feeding Industry Awards. Those awards recognize hard work, honesty, reliability, integrity and animal stewardship. Nominations in 100 words or less, are due by May 8 to Justin Waggoner, 4500 E. Mary St., Garden City, KS 67846.

There is no cost to attend the K-State Cattle Feeders College, but registration is required, by contacting either Justin Waggoner at 620-275-9164 or jwaggon@ksu.edu or John Beckman, 620-8722930 or jbeckman@ksu.edu. More information is available at the Southwest Research and Extension Center.

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