Educational Workshops, Tours & Clinics

Upcoming Programs     .    .    .    .
  1. September 9, 2014 – Halsey, OR – Linn-Benton Breakfast Educational Program  
  2. September 10, 2014 – Springfield OR – Lane CLA Breakfast Educational Program  
  3. September 10,  2014 – Corvallis, OR – OSU Forage Management Series 
  4. September 14, 2014 – Creswell, OR - Lane CLA Summer Picnic at Sly Family Farm
  5. September 10, 2014 – Medford, OR – JCSA Dinner Meeting and Educational Program  
  6. September 17, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – Shepherds’ Group  
  7. September 23, 2014 – Roseburg, OR and Internet – Accelerated Lambing
  8. September 25-26, 2014 – Medford, OR – OCA Fall Quarterly
  9. October 1, 2014 – Corvallis, OR – OSU Forage Management Series  
  10. October 8, 2014 – Medford, OR – JCSA Dinner Meeting and Educational Program  
  11. October 8, 2014 - Springfield OR – Lane CLA Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  12. October 13, 2014 – Medford, OR – Raise Goats and Lambs for Meat  
  13. October 14, 2014 – Brownsville, OR – Rusty Skillet Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  14. October 21, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – Shepherds’ Group  
  15. October 21, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – DCLA Stockman’s Breakfast  
  16. October 22, 2014 – Grants Pass, OR – Hay Growers’ meeting (TBA)
  17. October 23, 2014 – Grants Pass, OR – OSU Land Stewards Program – Pasture presentation  
  18. November 11, 2014 – Halsey, OR – Linn-Benton Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  19. November 12, 2014 – Springfield OR – Lane CLA Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  20. November 18, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – DCLA Stockman’s Breakfast  
  21. November 19, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – Shepherds’ Group  
  22. December 4-6, 2014 – OCA Annual Meeting and Educational Program  
  23. December 4-6, 2014 – OSGA Annual Meeting and Educational Program  
  24. December 2014 – Various Locations in OR – OSU Calving School
  25. December 9, 2014 – Halsey, OR – Linn-Benton Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  26. December 10, 2014 –  Springfield OR – Lane CLA Breakfast Educational Program (TBA)
  27. December 16, 2014 – Roseburg, OR – Shepherds’ Group  
  28. More to come, please check our online calendar  
  29. Please also see the OSU Small Farms website for other programs of interest in agriculture. They specialize in small holdings, niche marketing, special trainings, and collaborative projects.
(Last Update: 09/22/2014)

Example Programs - Vote!

The following list of programs and descriptions are examples of the type of programming and information you can expect from the Regional Livestock and Forages program through OSU Extension Service. Vote! If you see something that particularly interests you, please email me or call to let me know your request to have classes presented in your area. I can put you on a notification list. The programs that get the most requests will be the programs I try hardest to deliver.

Thank you, Shelby Filley (email: shelby.filley@oregonstate.edu or call 541-236-3016)

  1. Beef Cattle Programs
    1. Nutrition in Beef Cattle
      1. Nutrient Assessment Workshops
      2. Livestock Mineral Nutrition
    2. Reproduction in Beef Cattle
      1. Physiology and Anatomy
      2. Cow-Herd Management
      3. OSU Calving Schools
      4. Artificial Insemination of Beef Cattle
    3. Live Animal & Carcass Evaluation (Beef)
      1. Ultrasound Scanning for Carcass Evaluation
      2. Body Condition Score Clinic
    4. Beef Quality and Health
      1. OSU Beef Quality Assurance Programs
      2. Oregon Biosecurity/BVD-PI Screening Program
      3. Beef Health Workshop
    5. Beef Cattle Management
      1. Pre-Conditioning Calves
      2. Stocker Cattle Management
  2. Sheep and Goat Programs
    1. Nutrition
      1. Small Ruminant Nutrition
      2. Mineral Nutrition
    2. Reproduction
      1. Physiology and Anatomy
      2. Flock Reproductive Management
      3. OSU Lambing Schools
    3. Live Animal & Carcass Evaluation
      1. Body Condition Score Clinic
    4. Sheep and Goat Quality and Health
      1. Sheep Safety & Quality Assurance
      2. Internal Parasites
    5. Sheep and Goat Management
      1. Production Basics
  3. Equine Programs
    1. Equine Management Program (typically in the Spring)
  4. Forage Programs
    1. Forage Production
    2. Grazing Management
    3. Fertilizing
    4. Haying
    5. Forage Quality
    6. Weed Control (Weed Day, Weed Tours, and other)
  5. Farm/Ranch Programs
    1. Production Assessment
    2. Fence Building Demonstrations
  6. Other Programs
    1. Douglas County Livestock Association's Spring Livestock Conference (early Spring)
    2. Livestock and forage educational breakfast meetings

 


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