What is ANR?
Purdue Extension's Ag and Natural Resources (ANR) Educators serve as a research based, unbiased information source for county and state constituents on a variety of topic including: crops, ag business, livestock, natural resource, horticulture, small farms, urban ag, pesticide use, and land conservation. In partnership with Purdue University subject matter experts, ANR Extension Educators can provide relevant and proven best management practices to address many client's situational needs.
The Purdue Extension-Lawrence County Agriculture & Natural Resources program works hard to provide the needed resources and education to our county's producers and citizens interested in agriculture topics. If your pursuits are in livestock, forages, crops, horticulture, natural resources or any of the other many important facets connected to agriculture, this program area offers a wide array of assistance. Reach out to learn more about what our office and the ANR Educator can do to help you!
Upcoming ANR Programming
Beef Quality Assurance Training and certification is required for beef producers selling 'fed cattle' (finished beef steers and heifers coming out of a feedlot) that ultimately are processed by many of today's major packers.
The end of the year is coming. Do you need to complete your PARP recertification?
This meeting will feature great food and valuable information on a variety of beef topics. IBCA will provide an update on current policy and programs. Purdue Dept of Animal Science will provide the educational presentation.