The Uvalde County AgriLife Extension office will host a presentation on Thursday, June 13 to focus on the use of drones in the agriculture industry.
Texas A&M University assistant professor and extension range specialist Megan Clayton will be presenting “Drones: Wildlife, Pastures, and Profit” at 6 p.m. in the Dry Frio Room at the Uvalde County Pavilion at the Fairplex.
In a recent interview, Clayton said that drones can be beneficial to ranchers because of their ability to provide “a more efficient monitoring of livestock, water and fence conditions across the ranch, especially in areas that are difficult to access.”
Cost for attendance is $15, which includes light refreshments. One general continuing education unit will be available.
Participants should RSVP to the Uvalde County Extension Office at 830-278-6661 or by email to Samantha.Korzekwa@ag.tamu.edu.
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