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Calf Care Connection 2022
Advance your calf knowledge at the PDPW Calf Care Connection® training. This workshop will be taught in English with simultaneous Spanish translation for calf care managers, calf feeders and team members looking to grow their skillset by learning from industry experts. These workshops will repeat in three locations on Oct. 25, 26, and 27, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in Thorp, Cecil and Juneau, Wis.
Date / Time
October 25, 26 & 27
Location
Thorp, Cecil and Juneau, Wis.
Price
$125/PDPW Member, $300/non-member ($100 for each add'l participant)

Description

Advance your calf knowledge at the PDPW Calf Care Connection® training. This workshop will be taught in English with simultaneous Spanish translation for calf care managers, calf feeders and team members looking to grow their skillset by learning from industry experts. These workshops will repeat in three locations on Oct. 25, 26 and 27, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in Thorp, Cecil and Juneau, Wis.

During this workshop, participants will take a behind-the-scenes look at each farm's calf facility and the protocols and strategies they utilize. Other sessions will dive into ventilation with practical insights on how to provide the best air possible for their developing lungs, calf diagnostics with techniques for diagnosing various diseases, and tips and tricks for growing an effective and well-oiled calf care team. 

For additional information, please call PDPW at 800-947-7379 or email at mail@pdpw.org. 

Meeting Locations

Tuesday, October 25
Dutch Dairy, LLC
N13853 Gorman Ave.
Thorp, WI

Wednesday, October 26
Wagner Farms
N6928 County Rd. BB
Cecil, WI

Thursday, October 27
Nehls Bro Farm
N5326 South Grove Rd.
Juneau, WI

Training Sessions

This training is accredited and approved for continuing education (CE) credits in the amount of:
  • Up to 6.25 Dairy AdvanCE (DACE)
  • Up to 3.0 in American Registry of Professional Scientists (ARPAS) 
To learn more or secure CE credits, visit www.DairyAdvance.org.  

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