The summer months have been busy in Saluda county as livestock & forage producers have worked tirelessly harvesting hay and silage and weaning their fall-born calf crop. As we transition into the fall, we begin preparing our clientele for new challenges they may face. The Saluda County Cattleman’s Association held a meeting on September 6th to prepare producers for controlling fall army worms. Clemson Extension Agent Brian Beer gave a detailed presentation on army worm identification, scouting tips, and control options. Over 90 producers were in attendance for the meeting.
The Saluda County 4-H Livestock shows will take place on September 14th and 15th at the Central Milk Producers Show & Sale Arena. Both will be well attended as youth from across South Carolina exhibited their prize show animals.
Travis Mitchell Livestock and Forages Agent for Newberry & Saluda Counties Director for The South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association Summer […]
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Travis MitchellLivestock and Forages Agent for Newberry & Saluda CountiesDirector for The South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association The spring season is […]