Find out which livestock demonstrations you can catch at the 2016 Sunbelt Ag Expo in addition to all the other exhibits, booths, and events.
The 2016 Sunbelt Ag Expo is one of the largest ag events in the country, and it has its fair share of educational exhibits, trade booths, and networking events. You can also find an array of livestock demonstrations. Explore all the events surrounding the livestock demonstrations of cows, horses, and chickens.
Livestock Demonstrations at the 2016 Sunbelt Ag Expo
Raising livestock is an important sector of the ag industry. The 2016 Sunbelt Ag Expo features demonstrations that celebrate both cutting edge advancements and the history of raising farm animals. Don’t miss the following demonstrations:
- Beef seminars like Ruminant Health/Body Weight and Effects on Reproduction; Upcoming Changes in Antibiotic Availability and Use in Animal Feeds; What Farmers Need to Know; and Fertilizing Forages: Tips and Challenges.
- Dairy seminars and demos like the Cow Milking Contest. Milk alongside the Deans of Ag from Auburn University, the University of Florida, and from the University of Georgia. Other dairy seminars include the Mobile Dairy Classroom; the Basics of Raising Dairy Calves; and Managing a Back Yard Dairy Cow.
- Equine Demonstrations & Seminars like Trick Riding Demonstrations by Montana Wilkes; Georgia Special Olympics-How Kids with Special Challenges Work with Horses; and Georgia 4-H Horse Program Demonstration.
- Poultry Seminars like Keeping Your Backyard Flock Healthy and Nutrition for Your Small Flock.
Stanley the Steer at the 2016 Sunbelt Ag Expo
Don’t forget to come by the Beef Pavilion and take a picture with a Stanley the Steer squeezy and get your own squeezy to take home. Share your photo with Stanley on your Facebook account with the #StanleytheSteer hashtag to be entered into our contest to win one of ten prizes!
Stop by and say hello to the AgAmerica Lending team. We’re proud to partner with the men and women raising poultry, swine, and cattle, offering them low interest rates, long amortizations, and an outstanding 10-year line of credit.
Flickr photo courtesy of Micolo J