Friday, March 29 – Livestock Protection Tools Field Day (Penn Valley): UCCE

Friday, March 29 – Livestock Protection Tools Field Day (Penn Valley): Are you curious about nonlethal livestock protection tools but concerned about costs and effectiveness? Join UCCE for this half-day, hands-on field day exploring a variety of livestock protection tools! Keynote speaker Cat Urbigkit is a Wyoming cattle and sheep producer who has used livestock guardian dogs and other tools to protect livestock from wolves and other predators.Please note: this field day is focused on the needs of commercial ranchers. We will be hosting a similar workshop for agency staff, nonprofit organizations and non-commercial livestock owners later in Spring 2019. No charge! Register at http://ucanr.edu/livestockprotectiontoolsnevadaco

 

See the attached flyers for more information, or contact me if you have questions!

Interested in protecting livestock from predators? Curious about nonlethal livestock protection tools but concerned about costs and effectiveness? Join UCCE for this half-day, hands-on field day!

 

Friday, March 29, 2019

8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Robinson Ranch

Penn Valley, CA

Note: this field day is focused on on-the-ground solutions to predator losses in commercial ranching settings. The intended audience is commercial ranchers. We will be hosting a similar workshop for agencies, nonprofits, and the public later in Spring 2019 – stay tuned for details!

 

Dan Macon, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor

UCCE – Placer/Nevada/Sutter/Yuba

(530) 889-7385

dmacon@ucanr.edu

http://ucanr.edu/sites/Livestock/