Pork producers can hear the latest industry outlook and legislative updates at an annual Purdue Extension-sponsored conference Feb. 6. The Central Indiana Pork Conference is from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at Rossville High School, 1 Robert Egly Drive, Rossville. The workshop is designed to help pork producers and agribusiness professionals compete in the industry. Representatives from Indiana Packers will give a "State of the Industry," and state commodity group representatives will present state and federal legislative updates. Chris Hurt, Purdue Extension agricultural economist, will present an industry outlook. A representative from MP3 Farms will discuss electronic sow feeding. Brian Richert, Purdue Extension swine specialist, will present "Aflatoxin in Swine Rations." Registration is $20 per person. Lunch is included in the cost and will be served by the Rossville FFA. Registration deadline is Feb. 1 to ensure conference materials and lunch. Late registrations will be accepted, but lunch is not guaranteed. To register, visit http://www3.ag.purdue.edu/counties/clinton/Documents/ClintonCountyPorkConfsched13.pdf
. Make checks payable to Clinton County Pork Producers and mail those along with a registration form to Clinton County CES, 1111 S Jackson St., Frankfort, IN 46041.
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