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King City, MO (2009-12-31) The University of Missouri along side the K-State research and extension team and University of Nebraska and Iowa State University gear up for the 26th Annual 4-State Beef Conference.
The conference, scheduled for January 12th and 13th, will feature the same speakers and topics so that participants can attend the conference session at a location most convenient for them.
This year's speakers include Richard Randle, associate professor, veterinary & biomedical sciences at the University of Nebraska and K.C. Olson, associate professor, cow-calf nutrition and management at K-State.
Karl Harboth, extension livestock specialist also from K-State and John Lawrence, extension livestock marketing specialist from Iowa State University.
The Tuesday morning session will begin at 9:30 a.m. in Lewis, Iowa, at the ISU Armstrong Research Farm.
The afternoon session start at 3:30 p.M. in Tecumseh, Nebraska, at the Community building.
The Wednesday morning session begin at 9:30 a.m. in King City, Missouri, at the Eiberger building,
That afternoon session will start at 3:30 p.m. in Holton, Kansas, at the Jackson County fair building.
To submit you reservation you can contact your local county extension office or go online to extension dot i-a state dot edu.
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