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Arizona / Utah range Workshop

When:
Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Where:

Category:
Board Meeting
Registration is not Required
This year the Workshop and Tour will be held on the following dates: April 7, 2020 -- Kane North Event Center, 475 E. State Street, Orderville, UT April 8, 2020-- Grafton Building, 5500 West 700 South, Hurricane, UT April 9, 2020 -- Tour: Layton Ranch To register for a booth and pay with a credit card, please go to the following website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/42nd-annual-utaz-range-livestock-workshop-and-tour-tickets-90861620553 To register and pay with a check, Make the check payable to “Kane County” and remit check to Kevin Heaton, USU Extension Kane County, 180 W. 300 N., Kanab, UT 84741. To be included in the the proceedings, you must register on or before March 2, 2019. Booth Sponsor -- $300 for both workshop locations: Booth sponsors receive a 4’ X 8’ table, breaks and lunch for two company representative, a two minute opportunity to introduce your company products, two tickets for the shotgun drawing, a 2” X 3.5” (business card) ad in the proceedings and an opportunity to network with hundreds of potential customers. Lunch Sponsors receive an opportunity to give a 30 minute presentation at each workshop. Additionally, they receive the same benefits as a booth sponsor. This year the lunch workshop sponsors will be Multimin and Bayer Vegetation Management. The tour lunch sponsor will be the Utah Beef Council/Utah Cattlemans Assoc. Again, thank you for your excellent support which has helped keep the longest running USU Extension Range/Beef Cattle workshop in Utah strong. Our workshop meets today’s market, political, policy, management and production challenges for ranchers and public land managers. Our workshop also provides a forum for building productive, healthy relationships between all parties. I look forward to seeing you in April. Please call if you have any comments or questions. Sincerely, Kevin Heaton Utah State University Extension435-691-2031