This workshop will discuss how genetic and genomic tools can help identify superior animals to develop a productive and profitable cow herd. With weather related challenges in recent years there is a huge variability in feed supply and quality; speakers will discuss potential health and nutrition related problems producers may face this winter and how to minimize difficulties during calving and breeding seasons. A local veterinarian will speak on local health issues and concerns.
Pre-registration is required; includes lunch and nutrition breaks. Cost is $30 per person, Registration deadline is Tuesday, October 18th.
For more information contact Andrea Hanson at 403-948-1528 or 310-FARM (3276).