WVSU Extension Service to Discuss Protecting Livestock from Predators at Virtual ‘Ag Talk Tuesday’ July 13

Contact: Jack Bailey
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July 7, 2021
WVSU Extension Service to Discuss Protecting Livestock from Predators at Virtual ‘Ag Talk Tuesday’ July 13
INSTITUTE, W.Va. – West Virginia State University (WVSU) Extension Service’s monthly Ag Talk Tuesday series continues Tuesday, July 13, at 6 p.m. EST with a discussion of “Protecting Livestock from Predators with USDA Wildlife Management.”

WVSU Extension Service will be joined by John Forbes, state director of USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wildlife Services, who will discuss topics including how to protect livestock from coyotes and vultures, what resources are available to farmers, tips on how to identify what predators may be causing damage and things you can do to help reduce losses. 

The free Ag Talk Tuesday series began last July and takes place the second Tuesday of each month. Participants register to join the live event and can submit questions ahead of time through the WVSU Extension Service Facebook and Twitterplatforms or via email.

To participate in the Zoom sessions, register at wvstateu.edu/ANR. Registering once provides access to the full schedule of sessions.

While live questions will be answered during each session, participants are also encouraged to submit questions, as well as ideas for future topics, ahead of time to extension@wvstateu.edu.

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