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Animal nutrition topic of local clinic; County 4-H’ers, FFA members invited to program

John Lamb

John Lamb

— Does your 4-H’er or FFA member have a livestock project this year? CHS Primeland is offering a special clinic for these students and their parents.

“We hope to see everyone with a livestock project, and horse project participants are more than welcome to attend as well,” said manager John Lamb.

CHS nutrition consultant Tucker Cool will present a livestock nutrition clinic at the Primeland Country Store Wednesday, April 6, 6:30 p.m. All Idaho County 4-H and FFA (Future Farmers of America) participants are invited to attend and bring their parents, too, Lamb said.

“We’ll be going over how to feed properly balanced rations for specific animals, as well as what’s safe to feed and what’s not,” Lamb said. “We’ll also show why hog feeders should be used rather than just a pan.”

Pizza and soda will be provided as well as a coupon for a free bag of feed for each attendee. Call 983-1745 to RSVP so enough food and drinks will be available.


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