A multi-county Deer Management Seminar will be held on Friday, August 23, 2019 at the Meridian Civic Center, located at 309 W River St. in Meridian, Texas. Registration is at 8:30 a.m. and program starts at 9:00. The seminar includes the following topics: Deer Biology: Facts, Myths and Misconceptions, by Will Moseley of the Noble Research Institute; Feeders and Food Plots, by Steven Smith of the Noble Research Institute; Population Management and TWPD Landowner Assistance Programs, by Kyle Melton from Texas Park and Wildlife; Habitat Management, by Steven Smith; Antler Development by Will Moseley; Diseases of White-Tailed Deer, by Dr. John Tomecek of Texas AgriLife Extension Service. One (1) General CEU will be offered for those with a pesticide applicator’s license.
Registration fee of $15.00 is payable at the door. Registration includes lunch. YOU MUST CONTACT THE COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE TO RSVP NO LATER THAN August 20, 2019. Lunch is provided by Lone Star Ag Credit and this event is hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wildlife Committees in Bosque, Coryell, Hill, Johnson, Somervell and McLennan Counties. To RSVP in Bosque County please call 254-435-2331 or pre-register here by completing the form below: