6th Annual Maine Cattlemen’s College

two cows and a calf in a field

Postponed until winter, 2023

Why Should You Attend:

Join the University of Maine Cooperative Extension and the Maine Beef Producers Association for three days packed with beef cattle education. This year’s cattlemen’s college will focus on pasture production, grass-fed economics, marketing, genetics, cattle health, and more. You’ll get a chance to ask leading experts questions, interact with service providers, and go participate in pasture walks.

Who Should Attend:

Beef cattle producers who want to learn more about forage testing, interpreting forage test results, incorporating principles of forage nutrition into their program, and learning the science behind pasture health/management, economics, marketing, genetics, and cattle health.


For more information or a reasonable accommodation, please contact Melissa Libby Babcock, Administrative Specialist CL2, UMaine Extension Livestock Office, Food Process Authority at 207.581.2788, or melissa.libby1@maine.edu.

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