Tracy Schohr, University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor for Plumas, Sierra and Butte counties is shown giving the welcome. Ken Tate, Ph.D., University of California, Davis gave a report on Best Management Practices at the Ranch to Promote Water Quality.
Topics discussed were Ranching with Predators: Tools and Impacts with Leslie Roche, Ph.D., University of California, Davis and Dan Macon, UCCE, Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor Placer-Nevada-Yuba-Sutter Counties;
Reporting Predation Locally – Tracy Schohr;
Beef Cattle Marketing: Are Your Investments Paying Off? by Tina Saitone, Ph.D., UCCE Specialist and UC Davis Lecturer;
A Practical Approach to Herd Health and BQA Bret McNabb, DVM, Assistant Professor with the Livestock Herd Health and Reproduction Service, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine;
Prevention Works - New Vaccines on the Market Shane Strickler, Regional Sales Manager, Boehringer-Ingelheim.
Beef Quality Assurance certification was available at the event for producers.
A second Clinic will be held Saturday, January 29th at Feather River College, Golden Eagle Avenue in Quincy.