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Join the Chinook Applied Research Association for the January Grazing Club series.

"Livestock Nutrition & Health"

January 24th - Consort, AB at 50th and Main Restaurant from 6-9pm

This Grazing Club session will include:

Barry Yaremcio - 2024 Nutrition Overview

Blue Rock Animal Nutrition - Mineral Options and Alberta Pasture Sampling Program Preliminary Results

Sean McGrath - Producer Highlight

Funding for this event [in part] has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Agricultural Climate Solutions – On-Farm Climate Action Fund. Funding for this event is also provided [in part] by Farmers for Climate Solutions.

$20/Ticket

TO REGISTER for the grazing club and catered supper: Call the CARA office (403) 664-3777 or email [email protected].

More information on this Grazing Club series.

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