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2021 Hoof Health Workshop
Attend a PDPW Dairy Hoof Health Workshop on July 20, 28, and Aug. 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., repeating in Waupaca, WI; Frankfort, NY and Lake Norden, SD. This interactive workshop will present a case study of each host farm with engaging discussion to identify hoof health issues and practical strategies to address them.
Date / Time
July 20, July 28 & Aug. 3
Location
Waupaca, WI; Frankfort, NY & Lake Norden, SD
Price
Registration fee: $100; Each additional participant: $75

Description

Attend a PDPW Dairy Hoof Health Workshop on July 20, 28, and Aug. 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m., repeating in Waupaca, WI; Frankfort, NY and Lake Norden, SD. This interactive workshop will present a case study of each host farm with engaging discussion to identify hoof health issues and practical strategies to address them.

Workshop presenters include three industry experts, Dr. Gerard Cramer from the University of Minnesota, Karl Burgi, founder of the Save Cows® Network, and Roger Olson, dairy account manager for Zinpro Corporation. During each program, attendees will engage in an on-farm case study through which they'll learn how to identify opportunities for lameness prevention, treatment options and protocols for chronically challenged cows. Attendees will also identify lameness trends through records and discuss practices that will create continual hoof health improvement. Get ready for a program that will help even the most astute cow gurus identify difficult on-farm hoof health issues and develop best practices and treatment protocols.

For more information, call PDPW at 800-947-7379 or review the program flyer.

Meeting Locations

Tues. July 20
Brooks Farms
N1757 Cty Rd. A
Waupaca, WI 54981

Weds. July 28
Entwistle Bros. Farm, LLC
105 Birdseye Rd.
Frankfort, NY 13340

Tues. Aug. 3
Drumgoon Dairy
19048 U.S. Hwy 81
Lake Norden, SD 57248

Training Sessions

This training is accredited and approved for continuing education (CE) credits in the amount of:
  • Up to 4.75 CEs in Dairy AdvanCE (DACE)
  • Up to 5 CEs in ARPAS credits 
To learn more or secure CE credits, visit www.DairyAdvance.org
 

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