Fall webinar series: Something for everyone

Sep 24, 2010
by WLJ

Free webinars: Four cattle lectures, two for horse owners, one soil seminar and one human health-focused webinars are scheduled over the next few months. Join industry leaders live from the comfort of your own home as they present information and answer questions from all over the country.

10/4/10 Barrel Racer’s Road to the National Finals—Tana Poppino, twotime National Finals Rodeo Qualifier 10/18/10 Vitamins and Minerals for Cow/Calf Operations—Dr. Cody Wright, South Dakota State University 10/21/10 Sea Minerals for Soil Health—Steve Campbell, rancher in Idaho 10/25/10 Equine Nutrition and Physiology—Dr.

Carrie Hammer, North Dakota State University 11/15/10 Matching Cow Type to Ranch Nutrients— Dr. Dave Lalman, Oklahoma State University 11/22/10 Salt Your Way to Health—David Brownstein, M.D.

12/20/10 Feeding DDGS to Pregnant Ruminants— Responses in Carcass Characteristics—Dr. Amy Radunz, University of Wisconsin 1/21/11 Ruminal Fermentation and Digestion for Cowboys—Dr. K.C. Olson, Kansas State Watch and interact with any of the speakers live from the comfort of your own home over the internet. The first step is to register for the webinar(s) that you are interested in attending by going to www.agribest feeds.com/informational webinar/ clicking on the webinar of choice and follow the registration instructions (register early as space is limited to the first 1,000 on each webinar). As soon as you complete the registration, you will receive an e- mail with a link to connect you to the webinar. You will also be receiving reminder e-mails as the actual date of the webinar draws near. On the date of the webinar, simply follow the link that was supplied by the e-mail five to 10 minutes before the webinar start time (7:00 Mountain Time for all webinars except the Salt Your Way to Health, 6:00 Mountain Time).

During the webinar, the presenter will have a formal presentation, then there will be an open Q&A where attendees will have an opportunity to participate through questions or comments by phone, voice over internet, or with written chat directly with the presenter and other expert panelists. There will also be a recorded webinar posted on the Agri-Best Feeds website after the webinar.

This webinar series is sponsored by Agri-Best Feeds, the 2010 Montana Family Business of the Year that markets unique products that focus on animal health and performance, forage utilization, and maximizing producer profits in a nine-state area. For more information, visit www. agribestfeeds.com, call 866/601-6646, or visit us at 33N 15th Street, Billings, MT (former Pierce Packing building). — WLJ