ACES Calendar

<< Friday, May 11, 2018 >>
Event: Growing a Beautiful Garden Start: 5/11/18 9:00am
Fee: FREE End: 5/11/18 11:00am
Calendar(s): Home Grounds, Gardens & Home Pests; Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resource Mgmt.
Address: County: Autauga
Contact Name: Tana Shealey Phone: 334-361-7273
Event Website: http://www.aces.edu/autauga Email:
Description: Horticulturist Karen Weber will present ideas on "How to Grow a Beautiful Garden"

Event: Growing A Beautiful Garden Start: 5/11/18 9:00am
Fee: free End: 5/11/18 9:02am
Calendar(s): Home Grounds, Gardens & Home Pests
Address: The Doster Center, 425 S. Northington St.,Prattville, AL 36067 County: Autauga
Contact Name: Register through Prattville Parks and Recreation Phone: 334-595-0800
Event Website: Email:
Description: Presenter Karen Weber will discuss ways to improve the health and beauty of your garden. Ms. Weber holds a degree in Horticulture and is a professional gardener in Montgomery. She also supervises the Shakespeare Gardens at the Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery.This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required by calling Prattville Parks and Recreation at 334-595-0800.This event is hosted by the Autauga County Master Gardeners Association. All are welcome.

Event: ACESEO 50th Annual Meeting Start: 5/11/18 10:00am
Fee: Registration required End: 5/12/18 10:00am
Calendar(s): General Administration
Address: Birmingham, Alabama County: Jefferson
Contact Name: Kimberly Neloms Phone: 2563724585
Event Website: Email: burgeki@aces.edu
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Event: Bull Calf Evaluation and Marketing Workshop Start: 5/11/18 1:30pm
Fee: 0.0 End: 5/11/18 4:30pm
Calendar(s): Animal Science & Forages
Address: 210 Upchurch Hall County: Lee
Contact Name: Lisa Anne Kriese-Anderson Phone: 3345392129
Event Website: Email: kriesla@auburn.edu
Description: The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is holding a hands-on workshop geared toward purebred beef producers on Friday, May 11, 2018. A Bull Calf Evaluation and Marketing workshop will be held at the Auburn University Beef Teaching Unit in Auburn from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The workshop will teach producers how to evaluate bull calves and how to effectively market these bulls once they have been developed into breeding bulls. The focus of the workshop will be how to evaluate a bull calf's skeletal and foot structure, muscling and reproductive potential. These physical attributes are very important in how long the bull can remain in the herd. Once these physical characteristics have been evaluated and combined with genetic potential indicators, the work of marketing can begin. "It is important producers understand bulls can have different breeding purposes and this affects how they should be marketed," says Dr. Lisa Kriese-Anderson, beef cattle specialist with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Some bulls excel in many areas, such as calving ease, growth and the ability to produce good daughters. Other bulls may excel in only one or two areas. Each quality bull has his place in the breeding herd. Kriese-Anderson also adds "Not all bull calves should be developed as breeding bulls." The Auburn University Beef Teaching Unit is located at 500 Shug Jordan Parkway in Auburn. Please RSVP to Lisa Kriese-Anderson (kriesla@auburn.edu or 334-539-2129) by Friday, May 4th.