Wheatland Stocker Conference

The 20th annual Wheatland Stocker Conference features a Who's Who of industry leaders to discuss everything from the cattle cycle, to no-till and low-till farming, to the impact of industry transitions on the stocker business.

You've still got time to sign up for the Wheatland Stocker Conference August 18 at the Cherokee Strip Conference Center in Enid, OK. The 20th annual event features a Who's Who of industry leaders to discuss everything from the cattle cycle, to no-till and low-till farming, to the impact of industry transitions on the stocker business.

Speakers and topics include:

  • Paul Hitch, Hitch Enterprises, Guymon, OK; Mark Gardiner, Gardiner Angus Ranch, Ashland, KS; and Jackie Moore, Joplin Regional Stockyards, Joplin, MO; all addressing "Change and the stocker business."
  • Rep. Frank Lucas with a farm bill update.
  • Dan Thomson, DVM, Kansas State University, "Stocker cattle health."
  • Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University, "Cattle cycle and stocker economics."
  • Craig Watz, FBI Special Agent, Kansas City, MO, will discuss food safety.
  • Roger Gribble, Area Agronomist, Enid, OK, "No-till, low-till and maintaining forage quality and quantity."
To sign up (registration is free, including lunch), call 580-237-7677. For more info, contact Greg Highfill at 580-237-7677 or [email protected] [1].