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Curt Pate to headline stockmanship clinic

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Zoom sessions to improve stockmanship skills are available.

Looking for a way to improve your stockmanship skills, but wondering how? We may have an answer.

This winter, GrassWorks Inc. is offering several Zoom Graze Sessions to provide educational opportunities in the place of their 2021 Annual Conference. One of these sessions will feature Curt Pate, a well-known stockmanship clinician.  This session will be held at 7 p.m. Feb. 11 .To register for the event, go to session is being sponsored by the Wisconsin Beef Council. 

For more than a decade, Curt Pate has been conducting demonstrations and clinics on stockmanship, colt starting, horsemanship and safety. His abilities conducting both horsemanship and stockmanship demonstrations along with his ability as an effective communicator have made him a sought after clinician both on the national and international scene.

His experience incorporating effective stockmanship principles supports a “for profit” mindset and focuses on highlighting the increased economic benefits of handling stock correctly. In addition, Curt recognizes the growing public scrutiny surrounding livestock production and the impact that improved livestock handling practices create for the sustainability of the cattle industry.

To view the list of other Graze sessions being offered by GrassWorks, go to

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