Missouri Livestock Symposium

The premier educational event for livestock producers nationwide.

December 1 & 2, 2017

William Matthew Middle School, 1515 S. Cottage Grove,  Kirksville, Missouri

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Serious about livestock production (MP3)  37 seconds

Serious about livestock production? Then don’t miss the best producer program in the U.S. Hear the country’s best on beef cattle, horses, sheep, meat goats, stock dogs, forages and more.  Dr. Scott Brown, UMC Extension, speaks Friday night after a free meal at 6. See the latest ag products at the trade show. Check out the classic tractor winners. Doors open at the William Matthew Middle school in Kirksville at 4 pm, December 2 and again 8 am Saturday, December 3. Educational programs throughout the day Saturday and even a free lunch. The Missouri Livestock Symposium. Nothing better. Guaranteed. Go to missourilivestock.com or call 660-665-9866 for program information.


Don't miss the 2016 Missouri Livestock Symposium (MP3) 34 seconds

Don’t miss the 2016 Missouri Livestock Symposium at the William Matthew Middle School in Kirksville.  Touted as one of the country’s best agricultural programs and everything is free:  big name speakers, free meals, no cost to attend, special attractions, great trade show. If you have an interest in cattle, sheep, goats, horses, stock dogs, poultry, or forages - this is the place to be. Other great consumer oriented programs and speakers as well. Doors open 4 pm Friday, December 2 and 8 am Saturday, December 3. See entire program at missourilivestock.com or call 660-665-9866 for program information. 


We have it all right here in Missouri (MP3)  30 seconds

We have it all right here in Missouri. 26 nationally known speakers on all livestock species. The latest on animal health and management, beekeeping, food safety, poultry, a free trade show and free meals beginning Friday night at 6 pm. Dr. Scott Brown, UMC Extension, speaks Friday night. It’s all free. No registration needed. Doors open at the William Matthew Middle School in Kirksville Friday, December 2nd at 4 pm and again at 8 am Saturday December 3rd.  For more details, go to missourilivestock.com. or call 660-665-9866.


The nationally acclaimed Missouri Livestock Symposium (MP3) 32 seconds

The nationally acclaimed Missouri Livestock Symposium opens at 4 pm Friday, December 2 and runs 8 am to 5 pm on Saturday, December 3. Location: William Matthew Middle School, Kirksville.  Dr. Scott Brown speaks Friday night. On Saturday big names like equine clinician Richard Winters, Forage expert Jim Gerrish, other experts on sheep, meat goats, poultry, and stock dogs. Additional programs on Estate Planning and Land Values.  No cost to attend the Symposium and trade show. Check out missourilivestock.com or call 660-665-9866 for more info.