Satellite broadcast covers basics of organic livestock


WOOSTER, Ohio – Organic livestock production, a growing sector in American farming, is the focus of a satellite broadcast to be aired from 1-3:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in Room 130 of the Research Services Building on the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center’s Wooster, Ohio, campus.
Target audience. The program, titled “Organic Livestock: Principles, Practices and Prospects,” is for farmers, suppliers, consultants, veterinarians, Extension educators and other agricultural professionals.
The aim is to better acquaint them with the basics of organic livestock production and the opportunities available in this market area.
Originating from Washington State University and locally hosted by Ohio State University’s Organic Food and Farming Education and Research program, the broadcast features a five-person panel of organic practitioners who will share their knowledge and experience.
Viewers will be able to ask questions during the broadcast.
Reserve a seat. While admission is free to the satellite broadcast, seating is limited to 40 people. To reserve a seat, contact Kathy Bieleck at 330-202-3528 or by e-mail at


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