Argentine Beef Production in the
 Southeast: Can it Work?

A Workshop Highlighting Forage-Based Cattle Production and Benefits of Including Meat in Your Diet 
This is an incredible opportunity to hear from two of the top animal scientists in Argentina and one of the world's top forage specialists.
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Lunch is free! Pre-registration is highly encouraged
Clemson University
AVS Department
Coop. Extension Service
Public Service - Ag
64 Research Rd.
Blackville, SC, South Carolina 29817

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2 Opportunities!

November 7, 2013 - Edisto REC - Blackville, SC

November 9, 2013 - Clemson University Campus


8:30-9:20 Registration
9:20-9:30 Welcome (Dr. Mueller at EREC; Drs Layton, Strickland or Askew at Clemson)


9:30-10:00 Why are we here? A project overview Andrae/Duckett

10-10:45 "From Cow-Calf to Finishing, The Argentinean Perspective" Part I Dr. Anibal Pordomingo

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:00 "From Cow-Calf to Finishing, The Argentinean Perspective" Part II Dr. Anibal Pordomingo, INTA Anguil, Argentina

12:00-1:00 Lunch - No Charge for Lunch!

1:00-2:00 "Meat as Medicine: Does Beef Really Fit into the Human Diet? " Dr. Peter Ballerstedt, Barenbrug Seed

2:00-3:00  "Grazing systems: Productivity and Beef Quality" Dr. Enrique Pavan, INTA Balcarce, Argentina

3:00-3:45 Where do we go from here? A preview of Clemson forage/beef research- ongoing and planned Dr. John Andrae