Monday, 01 February, 2021
Sunday, 28 February, 2021
We will begin classes in February. Attached is a calendar with class dates and times for this month. All classes will be held virtually at this time. To register for a class, the links have been provided below for each class type. Once you click on the link it will take you to a registration page.
A few highlights-
Class sizes are limited to 15. If it says a class is full you will need to select another date.
You must pre-register for class at least 5 days in advance. This is to ensure you get the follow-up emails you need to attend. If you need to cancel for any reason, call the office and we can assist you.
You will not need any materials for this class; however, the app ZOOM must be downloaded on the device you will be using. If it is not downloaded prior to your class, it could delay you signing in on time. If you need help downloading ZOOM, please let us know.
Once you register for a class you will receive a confirmation email. It is important to make sure you receive that, so we know you have input the correct email address. You will receive three additional reminder emails after you register. (Two days prior to class, two hours prior to class, and 10 minutes prior to class.) These emails are identical. Each email contains the same direct link for the Zoom you will be attending. Prior to class open one of those emails. Do not click the red button "join the event", just click the Zoom link in the email when you are ready to start your class. This will make the sign-in process easier.
If you have any questions specific to classes, feel free to call the office at 270-597-3628 or email David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an issue registering for a class, email Sherrell at email@example.com or call the office.
Here is the list of class options and the registration links:
Fencing and Water Improvement
Beef Cattle Feeding and Nutrition
Pasture and Hay Renovation and Maintenance
Dealing with Fescue Toxicosis
Commodity Livestock Food Storage
Managing Body Condition Score in Beef Cattle
Weed Control in Grazed Pastures and Hayfields
Warm Season Forages
PPA (New/First Time)
How Good is Your Hay?
High Tunnels for Horticulture
Fertilizer Decisions for Hay and Pasture
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