Survey results (n = 3,748) collected over a period of 7 years from the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course (BCSC) were analyzed to evaluate course demographics and the impact of the course on attendees. Results of this survey demonstrate that attendee demographics of the BCSC are representative of beef cattle producers in the United States and that the BCSC is effective at delivering information that positively impacts beef production in Texas. Extension professionals can make use of these findings to tailor future education programs to better serve the needs of beef cattle producers nation-wide.
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Oosthuizen, N., Fontes, P., Lamb, G. C., & Cleere, J. J. (2023). Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course: Program Evaluation. The Journal of Extension, 61(2), Article 15. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.61.02.15