On Tuesday, September 29, Dr. Brian Faris, K-State Extension Sheep and Meat Goat Specialist, will conduct the last of three trainings for sheep and goat producers on Famacha in Burlington.

What is Famacha? It is a system to help control stomach worms in sheep and goats. Stomach worms are the biggest parasite problem in the United States.

You must pre-register to be guaranteed a packet that includes the FAMACHA card.  There is a charge for the FAMACHA packet. A meal will be provided for a minimal cost.

The final training is September 29, 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the Coffey County Fairgrounds in Burlington. (other trainings are in Dodge City & Salina). Additional information can also be obtained by contacting the Coffey County Extension Agent Darl Henson at 620- 364-5313 or dhenson@ksu.edu