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<< Saturday, June 17, 2017 >>
Event: Russell County Farmer Market Start: 6/17/17 8:00am
Fee: End: 6/17/17 12:00pm
Calendar(s): Commercial Horticulture; Home Grounds, Gardens & Home Pests; General Administration
Address: Beside Chattahoochee Brewing Company on 13th Street County: Russell
Contact Name: Jennifer Davidson Phone: 334.298.6845
Event Website: http://www.agi.al...gov/divisions/fma Email: jenniferd@auburn.edu
Description:

Event: Title: Hands-on Internal Parasitism of sheep and goats through Management Strategies to improve Enterprise Sustainability and Profitability Start: 6/17/17 8:00am
Fee: FREE End: 6/17/17 11:00am
Calendar(s): Animal Science & Forages; Animal Science & Forages; Animal Science & Forages; Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.; Animal Science & Forages; Urban Affairs
Address: 4900 Meridian Street , Huntsville AL County: Houston
Contact Name: Maria Leite-Browning or Willie Durr Phone: 256-372-4954 ; 334-794-4108
Event Website: Email: mll00022@aces.edu ; durrwil@aces.edu
Description: : Enhanced fitness (health traits) in small ruminants is central for enterprise long-term sustainability and profitability. It will require genetically fit animals to reduce management inputs while achieving satisfactory levels of reproductive output in the Southeast U.S. This is a series of research-based workshops proposed that will be focused on gastrointestinal management of sheep and goats because of: * Hardiness should be considered in addition to reproductive merit when making genetic choices. * Sheep and Goat with inherently higher susceptibility to internal parasite will exhibit lower production levels, higher maintenance costs, and(or) higher mortality rates in the herd. * Wet climate pasture conditions typical of the Southeast US promote the increased condition to gastrointestinal parasitism. Internal parasites are often cited as a major threat to sheep and goat productivity. Producers will learn about: * Phenotyping and selecting for genetic resistance to gastro-intestinal parasites in sheep and goat herds * Hands-on microscopic identification and count (modified McMaster technique) of parasite eggs; a tool for to select resilient animals to worms. * Basic forages and pasture management practices to minimize GI infection in sheep and goats. Contact The Houston County Extension Office for registration.

Event: Wild Pig Workshop Start: 6/17/17 9:00am
Fee: 15.00 End: 6/17/17 2:30pm
Calendar(s): Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.
Address: Bass Pro Shops - Inside Islamorada Restaurant 2553 Rocky Mt Road Prattville, AL 36066 County: Autauga
Contact Name: Mark Smith Phone: 334.844.8099
Event Website: http://www.aces.edu/go/738 Email: mds0007@aces.edu
Description: DATE Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm LOCATION Bass Pro Shops - Inside Islamorada Restaurant 2553 Rocky Mt Road Prattville, AL 36066 For Directions Call: 334.290.6369 Topics covered Wild Pig History, Biology, and Ecology Wild Pig Diseases, parasites & implications to humans & livestock Wild Pig Trapping Techniques, Trap Designs, and Removal Methods How to Get Money For Pig Traps OUTSIDE DEMONSTRATION OF TRAP DESIGNS & TECHNIQUES Registration - Required LIMITED SEATING 50 ONLY! Fee: $15.00 - Handouts & lunch provided on site ONLINE REGISTRATION or call: 334.844.1010 4.5 PLM Hours 2 Cat 1 - CF 2 & 2 Cat 2* http://www.aces.edu/go/738