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Foundation Principles & Techniques of Low Stress Cattle Handling – June 9-10 in Santa Fe, NM


Are you interested in cost savings and animal health benefits associated with improved livestock handling?

Cattlexpressions will be hosting a course called Foundation Principles & Techniques of Low Stress Cattle Handling in Santa Fe, New Mexico on June 9-10, 2017. Instructors include WLA Member Lynn Locatelli, DVM, and Dawn Hnatow.

This event is for livestock producers with a serious interest in improving livestock health and performance, and increasing profitability. For more information, check out the flyer or contact Lynn Locatelli at info@cattlexpressions.com.

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