Partnership renewed between Texas AgXchange and Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service at RMB Fairgrounds in Robstown Oct. 2-3
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The second annual Texas AgXchange, an outdoor Farm and Ranch Show, will partner with Texas AgriLIFE Extension Service’s annual conference. The two-day outdoor “working farm show” will take place Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 2 and 3, at the RMB fairgrounds in Robstown. Admission to the show, the conference and the field demos are free.

The AgriLIFE conference will take place on Thursday, Oct. 3, at the RMB Regional Fairgrounds. The event will offer free CEU credits to South Texas farmers and ranchers.

“We enjoy our partnership with the Texas AgXchange,” said AgriLIFE’s South Region Program Director and Associate Professor Monty C. Dozier, PhD. According to Dozier, “The farmers like that we host our conference with a large farm and ranch show, as it provides them with more to do, all at one location. They can see the new technology not only on display but working in the field demos as well.”

The show will include nearly 200 exhibitors. “The show has nearly doubled in size from last year,” stated Greg Geisler, CEO of VerticalXchange, producer of Texas AgXchange.


• Outdoor Working Cattle Demos: “Integrated Management Techniques for Handling and Treating Cattle Parasites and Rangeland Brush” Presenters: Dr. Joe Paschal and Dr. Megan Clayton; and “Improving Reproductive Efficiency in the Beef Herd” – presenter: Dr. Floron “Buddy” Faries Jr.

8-9:30 a.m.

One integrated pest management CEU credit.

• “Texas Pesticide Laws and Regulations Update” Presenter: Mr. Mark Matocha

1-2 p.m.

One Laws and Regs CEU credit

• “Potential Ground and Surface Water Quality Impacts Associated With Pesticide Movement Due to the Actions of Water and Weather” Presenters: Mr. Lucas Gregory and Mr. John Metz

2:30-4 p.m.

One general CEU credit

Visit or call 952-736-9360 for more information.
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