2023 Major Show Book...
2023 Major Show Book...
CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty Farm & Ranch is proud to present the second annual Farm & Ranch Expo. Through partnership with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office, this event is sure to be even bigger and better than last year. Our multiple, National-Level Speakers will be discussing important topics such as: AG Tax Valuations, Oak Wilt prevention, Fence Law and more. In addition, we will have dozens of Land related vendors and several food truck options, followed by a Happy Hour. This event is FREE and open... Read More →
Interested in learning more about how to best manage your rangeland? How to use equipment effectively to apply herbicides? Then come join us to discuss topics to help both new & experienced rangeland managers alike! Topics will include: herbicide update grazing management native reseeding do it yourself equipment Please RSVP by March 30th to help us get an accurate head count for lunch. Call the Medina County AgriLife Extension Office to RSVP 830-741-6180. $15.00/person. 3 CEU's offered for Private Applicator License. Click Here for the flyer
The Master Gardeners will once again hold their annual plant sale on April 8th starting at 9 am in the Hill Country Youth Event Center. Plants will include Native, Adaptive, Ornamentals, Herbs & Vegetables. Rain Barrels will also be available. All sales on 4/8/23 are tax exempt. For a full list of the available plants, visit their website and click on the plant for more information: https://www.hillcountrymastergardeners.org/2022-bb-plant-list
This will be a virtual program hosted in person at the Hill Country Youth Event Center in Kerrville where the participants will have a chance to interact with the speakers. Topics will include: Tips for ranching/farming financial management weather related challenges for horticulture plants in 2023 plant disease basics: why is my plant sick? how weeds adapt to our control efforts why plant phenology matters in rangeland habitat management management to promote rangeland soil health predator management: is it worth it? considerations when harvesting game for taxidermy dealing... Read More →
The Hill Country is a special part of Texas with an attraction to millions of individuals who ranch and come to vacation, hunt, rest, and relax each year. Along with the spectacular beauty of the area, the Hill Country has its own special needs for management, and the 7th Hill Country Land Stewardship Conference is designed to help land owners and managers address those needs. This year's event will be held at the fabulous YO Hotel in Kerrville. Day 1: Includes discussion topics and hands-on opportunities regarding plant... Read More →
Food Manager Certification Training April 25th @ 8:30 am - April 26th @ 4:00 pm $125.00 This is a 2 day course that will help you Understand major causes of foodborne illness & how to prevent them Boost employee morale by increasing their professionalism Improve relationships with health officials Increase food safety knowledge of your employee Upon passing the ServSafe certification exam, you will fulfill state requirements & become a Certified Food Manager. The class is $125.00
Learn from experts from across the state in fields ranging from Riparian Protection Programs, Predator Control, Pesticide Laws & Regulations, Drones for Agriculture Use, How to Keep the Ranch in the Family, Leases/Liability & Estate Planning, and Identification & Signs of Wicked Plants in the Hill Country. $30.00 Early Bird Registration Special Ends April 30th $45.00 at the gate 5 CEU's (Pesticide Lic) 7 hours A.T (Master Naturalists if agenda is approved) Visit website for a registration form: https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/5726bb7c-d8a1-4059-a0fc-45e96ff46d24/downloads/2023%20Cow%20Pokes%20%26%20Land%20Folks%20Registration%20form.pdf?ver=1677602166319
Kerr 4H will host its Invitational Judging Contest on Saturday, May 13th at the Hill Country Youth Event Center. Contests will include Wool, Mohair, Grass ID & Range. Youth may enter all contests and counties may bring as many teams or individual as they want. Pre-registration is appreciated by filling out these cards. Click here. Click here for the flyer.
SAVE THE DATE! Keynote Speaker: Sharon Scallion Reclaiming Your Purpose & Challenging Behaviors Additional Sessions With: Hancock Professional Development Resources & Consulting - Sue Hancock Extension Program Specialist - Natalie Cervantes DSHS Licensing Representatives - Ann Burts & Jennifer Cashman