The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will host a 10-session Master Small Ruminant Producer Program via Zoom, beginning February 10, 2022.
All webinar sessions will be held from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EST.
Producers must watch 9 of the 10 sessions in order to receive Master Producer certification. Certification provides eligibility for the TN Ag Enhancement Program (TAEP) at the 50% cost share level.
|2-10-22||R||Quality Assurance for Small Ruminants||Jenni Goodrich|
|2-17-22||R||Small Ruminant Health Management||Dr. Lew Strickland|
|2-24-22||R||Forages for Small Ruminants||Dr. Gary Bates|
|3-3-22||R||Marketing Small Ruminants||Amanda Mathenia|
|3-10-22||R||Lamb & Kid Management||Dr. Andi Lear|
|3-17-22||R||Carcass Characteristics||Dr. Loveday|
|3-31-22||R||Small Ruminant Genetics||TBD|
|4-7-22||R||Managing Parasites in Small Ruminants||Susan Schoenian|
|4-12-22||T||Reproduction in Small Ruminants||Jessy Shanks|
Learn from experts and ask questions live on Zoom! This webinar series will contain information for both sheep and goat production.
A survey will be sent out after each class for attendance purposes.
The cost of registration is $75. Register for all sessions at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jEm9qSSOS5KadnjM8rNbhg.
For more information about this program, contact the UT Extension Office in Smith County at 615-735-2900.