TSCRA school provides training, education to ranchers
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Ranchers and landowners interested in gaining valuable education and resources needed to protect their business should attend the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association’s (TSCRA) 17th annual School for Successful Ranching March 31 through April 2, during the TSCRA Convention Weekend in San Antonio.

“TSCRA’s School for Successful Ranching is an opportunity for ranchers to gain the education and resources they need to protect and secure their ranching operations during good and bad times,” said Dave Scott, rancher and TSCRA president. “The Texas cattle industry has continued to survive, in part, because our ranchers have access to valuable tools and information that help them make financially smart decisions.”

On Thursday, March 31, school participants will attend a special series of classes and live demonstrations. Day two of TSCRA’s School for Successful Ranching offers 10 classes covering a variety of issues including ranch security, ranching employment, animal health regulations, business and marketing techniques and wildlife management.

You can register online at www.tscra.org/convention. Registration for convention weekend is open.
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