Middle Park Conservation District and Middle Park Stock Growers Team up for Annual Dinner Meeting
Come and enjoy conservations with your neighbors about cattle, weather, snow depth, beetle kill, toxic plant consequences or water issues.
The public is invited to attend the annual dinner meeting of the Middle Park Conservation District and Stock Growers on Feb. 26.
The dinner meeting is an opportunity for neighbors to socialize, enjoy a good meal together and hear interesting information about toxic plants in our area.
Dr. Kip E. Panter, from the USDA Poisonous Plants Research Lab in Logan, Utah will be the guest speaker. He is a research animal scientist (reproductive toxicologist), who earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from Utah State University in 1975, his Master’s Degree in Reproductive Physiology in 1978, and a PhD in Toxicology from the Department of Veterinary Biosciences from the University of Illinois in 1983. Dr. Panter has done toxicology research on natural toxins at the Poisonous Plants Research Laboratory since 1984. His research interests include the toxicology of poisonous plants on reproduction in livestock, abnormal embryonic and fetal development and general reproductive dysfunction.
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