McCurtain County Master Cattleman Program
Through the Master Cattleman program, producers complete a minimum of 28 hours of instruction from the Master Cattleman curriculum plus a final evaluation. The core curriculum consists of 4 hours from each of the following areas: Business planning and management, Marketing and risk management, Nutrition and management, Quality assurance and animal health, Natural resources, and Genetics and reproduction (stocker-only producers may opt out of this section and choose additional hours from other areas)
Additional hours of elective topics are required to meet credit requirements.
Cost of the program is $100. Fees will pay for the instructional material, a producer certificate, Master Cattleman farm gate sign, a notebook embossed with the Master Cattleman logo, and help defray cost of refreshments for the meetings.