Topics such as: Parasitic residues, herd health protocol, marketing tips, grazing strategies, nutrition & body scoring, fencing requirements,rotational grazing, and forage production will be taught by NC State University, NC A&T State University,and the NC State School of Veterinary Medicine Specialists, along with N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAgents throughout the day. FAMACHA certification will be held in the morning followed by a hands-onField Day then classroom instruction in the afternoon. Registration begins from 8:30-8:55 a.m. at the NCSU Small Ruminant Unit in Raleigh, with conclusion around 4 p.m. Deadline to pre-register is Tuesday, August 20th. For more information, contact Martha Mobley, Franklin County Extension Agent, Agriculture, 919-496-3344 or firstname.lastname@example.org .