Beef Cattle Field Day in Brasstown, NC

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beef cattle field day
On July 16, 2021, at 2 p.m.​, ​a Beef Field Day ​will be held at​ Bass Hyatt’s farm in Brasstown, NC in Clay County. The purpose of the event will be to educate area farmers on the Akaushi breed and the Akaushi/Angus cross. Lisa Gonzalez will be the MC for a host of speakers including Elizabeth Caskey with FPL Foods​. Karl Gillespie will be sharing his experience with the breed including artificial insemination.  ​Also, ​Bass​ Hyatt ​will also provide a tour of his farm and some great examples ​of rotational grazing​.​ ​Presentations will be fairly informal (no power points as we will be outside).
We also plan to set up some informational tables ​so you can​ grab information about ​N.C. Cooperative Extension​, the Amazing Grazing program, ​and ​programs offered by other community partners ​such as Soil and Water Conservation and Farm Service Agency​​ ​We hope you will consider joining us to learn more about the Akaushi breed.
Please email Lisa or call 828-389-6305 if you want more information.