Additional details of the Predator Management Workshop suggest something for everyone. The session will be held on Thursday, Jan. 27, during the 2005 ASI/NLFA Annual Convention in Reno.
Mike Worthen, Western regional director for U.S. Department of Agriculture?s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service?s (APHIS) Wildlife Services Division, and William Clay, deputy administrator of USDA, APHIS, Wildlife Services, have outlined a pertinent and timely agenda, which includes outstanding speakers.
Topics to be covered include: economic costs and benefits of predator control to producers; predator damage recognition and what producers can do; and predator research ? the latest development of tools and planned research.
When you complete your Convention Registration Form, be sure to indicate your desire to attend this important session.