On May 30, the Alabama
Cooperative Extension System in partnership with Tennessee State University’s
College of Agriculture, will host the Seventh Annual Small Ruminant Conference
and Field Day.
The field day will
take place at TSU’s Meat Goat Research Farm on the main campus Agricultural
Research and Education Center. The event will be held in conjunction with the
American Kiko Goat Association’s annual convention.
This year, the conference
theme is “The Basics.” Agricultural experts will provide research-based
information and hands-on demonstrations at TSU’s Agricultural Research and Education Center.
The Research and
Education Center houses more than 350 Boer, Tennessee Fainting, Kiko, Spanish and Savanna breeding
The Small Ruminant
Conference and Field Day is a yearly tradition between ACES at Alabama A&M University
and TSU that is designed to educate audiences about the art of meat goat
32-passenger shuttle bus will be available to and from the Alabama A&M
campus and TSU’s Agricultural Research and Education Center. Seating will be available
first come first served basis.
research and education center is located at 1717 Temple Road in Nashville,
Admission is free and the
event is open to the public. However, participants are encouraged to
pre-register by May 15th by
calling or e-mailing one of the following individuals: Dr. Maria Leite-Browning at firstname.lastname@example.org or
256-372- 4954; Dr. Richard Browning Jr. at email@example.com or 615-963-5837; Eddie Wheeler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-264-5539; Tommie Teacher at email@example.com or 334-624-8710; or Prince A.
Preyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-532-1578.
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