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Jun
30
Sat
Battleground to Breaking Ground Ag Workshop @ William R. Sinkin Eco Centro
Jun 30 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Battleground to Breaking Ground Ag Workshop @ William R. Sinkin Eco Centro | San Antonio | Texas | United States

Join us for a FREE Agriculture Business Workshop on June 30 in San Antonio sponsored by Farm Credit of Texas & the Alamo Soil & Water Conservation District.

The Texas AgrAbility Project and Battleground to Breaking Ground will be hosting an agriculture workshop for veterans, individuals with disabilities, beginning farmers and ranchers, and anyone interested in starting an agriculture business

Workshop sessions will include:

  • Rural Business Ideas
  • Intro to Business Planning
  • Possibilities for farming/ranching with a disability
  • Financial funding sources for farming/ranching
  • Marketing Resources
  • Resources to support agriculture business operations

The workshop is currently full, and a waiting list has been started.

To add your name to the waiting list, email makenzie.mclaurin@ag.tamu.edu with your name, email, phone number, and which event you would like to attend (farm tour, workshop, both).

Nov
3
Sat
Irrigation for Vegetable Production @ F.A.R.M.
Nov 3 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Irrigation for Vegetable Production @ F.A.R.M. | Dallas | Texas | United States

This workshop will teach individuals how to build wicking beds for vegetable production.  Wicking beds are a permaculture technique as an alternative to growing vegetables in the ground.  We will be building a wicking bed.

Skills Taught:

  • Understanding irrigation systems
  • Planning irrigation systems
  • Raised Beds
  • Soil Moisture testing
  • Determining moisture needs

Instructor:

Steve Smith, Army veteran, co-founder of F.A.R.M.

RSVP by November 1, 2018

REGISTER HERE

Aug
3
Sat
Beef Processing, Cut Lists, and Labels @ Mesquite Field Farm
Aug 3 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

It is always difficult for new livestock producers to understand all of the moving parts required to move their livestock from farm to table. This class provides a site visit to a USDA certified processing facility, cut list development, and labeling requirements for TDA and USDA.

Skills Taught:

  1. USDA Processing Facility Tour: How beef is processed
  2. Product label requirements and development
  3. How to develop a cut list for processing
  4. How to use customer input and marketing data to develop cut lists
  5. Beef cattle processing requirements
  6. How to develop relationships between you and your processor
  7. Product labels and marketing

Instructors:

  • Doug Havemann, Army Veteran, Co – Owner, Mesquite Field Farm
  • Melissa Havemann, Co-Owner, Mesquite Field Farm

Registration link coming soon.  Contact Doug Havemann for details.

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