Drought management options for livestock producers will be discussed in Saratoga Monday, July 16, and Laramie Thursday, July 19.
Both sessions are 7-9 p.m. The Saratoga session is in the Saratoga High School Multi-purpose Room. The Laramie session is at the Albany County Fairgrounds south of Laramie.
A Farm Service Agency and county drought disaster designation update and implications for producers start the sessions.
An economic and production system evaluation of alternative management practices and tax implications will be followed by an audience-panel discussion.
Panelists include University of Wyoming Extension educators Dallas Mount of Platte County and Mae Smith of Carbon County. Tax implications will be discussed by a representative from Mader Tschacher Peterson & Co. of Laramie. John Ritten, an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wyoming, will join panelists at the Saratoga session.
No reservations are required. For more information, contact the Carbon County extension office at 307-328-2642.