Tuesday, August 28, nearly 90 producers from eastern Kansas gathered at Dalebanks Angus in Eureka, Kansas, to learn the latest advances, techniques and management strategies that will help beef producers to maximize their efficiency and profit potential. Presentations included growth and nutrition, breeding and pregnancy detection, as well as low stress handling techniques from industry-leading researchers around the country.
Delivering the highest possible quality beef to consumers is always one of the chief concerns of any beef producer. K-State Research and Extension’s “Building Better Heifers” field day helped to ensure that producers are equipped with the tools they need to produce strong females in the beef industry. Special thanks include: the Tom Perrier and Matt Perrier families at Dalebanks Angus, Certified Angus Beef, Pfizer Animal Health and Kansas State Research and Extension.