S.D. Cattlemen’s Young Producers’ Summer Tour – Register today!
Join Us July 1-2, 2014.
Please RSVP by today -Friday, June 27th- for this FREE event, including hotel & meals. Anyone is welcome to attend. Please help us share this event with producers who may be interested in attending.
Contact Alysa Robbins – 605-945-2333 / email@example.com
July 1, 2014
5:00 p.m. Alfalfa Production Meeting, Pierre, with Jeff Jackson, CROPLAN by Winfield
7:30 p.m. Dinner & YPC Meeting, Bob’s Resort Steakhouse
9:30 p.m. YPC Social & Bonfire
July 2, 2014
8:30 a.m. Leave for LCA Ranch Tour (Continental Breakfast)
9:30 a.m. Check In at Rock Hills Ranch, Lowry
11:30 a.m. Complimentary Lunch
4:00 p.m. Tour Ends
Join us for two days of education and fun with fellow cattlemen from South Dakota. On Tuesday, July 1 , we will visit the Pierre Answer Plot with Jeff Jackson, Croplan by WinField Alfalfa and Forage Specialist. We will discuss topics to help maximize production on your alfalfa acres such as reading the stand, fertility management, weevil management, fall dormancy selection, glyphosate tolerance, and salt tolerance. In the evening enjoy a steak dinner followed by a meeting of the SDCA Young Producers’ Council. End the night sharing stories at a bonfire fit for cattlemen.
On Wednesday, July 2, awake to a continental breakfast before heading to Lowry for the 2014 Leopold Conservation Award Ranch tour at Rock Hills Ranch. While there attendees will be taught how drones are used in the cattle industry, shown how rainfall reacts in different soil types, learn about conservation techniques used on the Rock Hills Ranch, and be entertained. Thanks to our sponsors, hotel rooms Tuesday evening and meals during our event are complimentary to registered attendees. You are only responsible for your transportation.
Attend it all or in a parts – just let us know what parts you will be attending.
REGISTRATION – Due TODAY! Friday, June 27.
Leopold Award Ranch Tour Flyer
Contact Alysa Robbins – 605-945-2333 / firstname.lastname@example.org if questions.
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