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#SKCorralTalks - Livestock Information at Your Fingertips

By Alicia Sopatyk PAg, Regional Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Tisdale

November 2018

Whether you joined us Live during Agribition or viewed the videos at a later date, #SKCorralTalks is one new way you can interact with Regional Livestock and Feed Extension Specialists. The initiative launched at Agribition and featured Ministry Specialists talking about livestock water quality, programs and nutrition topics. View the videos in our Facebook videos section.

#SKCorralTalks will continue this winter, once per month, featuring producer and industry guests throughout the province. If you don’t have a Facebook account, now is the time to get one. ‘Like’ Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Facebook page and watch for upcoming schedules and videos. December will feature Regional Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Dwayne Summach, with recommendations for grazing corn and producer, Joel Kapmen, of Fiske, SK, sharing his experiences grazing cows on corn. Tune in live on December 20th at 11:00 a.m. to learn more about this topic.  

As always, you can contact your nearest Regional Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist for production information and advice. Visit our website, or call the Agriculture Knowledge Center, 1-866-457-2377, to be put into contact with your nearest specialist. For more information on #SKCorralTalks, visit our Facebook Page.

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