Bronco Beef Producer Day

Nutritionist and veterinarian to speak

Bronco Feed & Farm Supply in Rimbey are giving producers an opportunity to attend a special event at The Peter Lougheed Community Centre on Wed., Nov. 20.

“We get questions (about these topics) and it’s good to get the answers straight from the horse’s mouth,” said owner Chad Beagle.

Doors will open for The Bronco Beef Producers Day at 10 a.m. with a guest nutritionist speaking on feed sampling and reading your analysis giving a presentation at 11 a.m.

At 1 p.m. a veterinarian will speak on fall vaccinations and de-worming issues.

“De-worming is an issues and bugs are becoming more and more immune,” said Beagle.

He also noted that due to the wet summer, hay has been of lower quality this year and farmers need to know what options are available.

There will also be booths and displays set up for producers to learn about the latest and greatest in the industry.

Lunch will be available.

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