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Organic livestock focus of broadcast

Washington State University will produce a national satellite broadcast examining the basics of organic livestock production and the opportunities it presents at 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, from FSHN T-101. Those who would like to be part of the studio audience should be in their seats by 9:45 a.m.

The program is intended to help agricultural professionals become familiar with this growing sector of agriculture and to better answer questions and find resources on the topic. A six-person panel representing various aspects of organic livestock will share their knowledge and experience, and viewers will be given an opportunity to have their questions answered.

For more program details, go to http://ext.wsu.edu/noas. Those located off the Pullman campus can view a list of satellite downlink sites at which they can view the broadcast at http://organic.tfrec.wsu.edu/Temp/DownlinkSites.htm. Or they can watch on their computers via videostream by registering at http://ext.wsu.edu/noas. Viewing is free for those in the state of Washington.

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