The Ranch Management University is an intensive 5-day event targeting new /inexperienced and seasoned ranchers and landowners covering the fundamentals of soils/soil fertility, forage establishment, pasture management, and utilization by livestock. Basic livestock management practices such as castrating and vaccinating calves are demonstrated. Grazing management, stocking rate, and body condition scoring are also highlighted. Planning for profit, horse production, financial assistance programs, connections between agriculture and health, water wells, and ag laws Texas landowners need to know will also be discussed. Additionally, several wildlife management topics are covered for those interested in managing white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, feral hogs, and honeybees. The workshop involves lectures and discussions as well as various how-tos of soil sampling, sprayer calibrating, and hay sampling. Various forage species, including bermudagrass, small grains, annual ryegrass, and clovers are discussed with workshop attendees. A demonstration covering hog trap management will also be given.