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Hoof Management Workshop
The 2022 PDPW Hoof Management Workshop is heading to Hudson Falls, NY; Newton, WI; and Baltic, SD, June 14, 28 and 30. Each hands-on workshop will begin at 9:30 am and conclude at 3:45 pm, with each location serving as an interactive case study. Take the next step in hoof management with a workshop designed for your management team in mind: your hoof trimmer, herdsperson, veterinarian and nutritionist need to attend.
Date / Time
June 14, June 28 & June 30
Location
Hudson Falls, NY; Newton, WI; Baltic, SD
Price
$100; $75 for each additional participant from same farm

Description

The 2022 PDPW Hoof Management Workshop is heading to Hudson Falls, NY; Newton, WI; and Baltic, SD, June 14, 28 and 30. Each hands-on workshop will begin at 9:30 am and conclude at 3:45 pm, with each location serving as an interactive case study. Take the next step in hoof management with a workshop designed for your management team in mind: your hoof trimmer, herdsperson, veterinarian and nutritionist need to attend.

In this high-level workshop, participants will focus on the multi-faceted approach to preventing lameness through managing hoof care and the cow's environment. Workshop presenters include industry experts Karl Burgi, Kate Creutzinger, PhD, Marcia Endres, PhD, and Roger Olson. During each program, attendees will engage in an on-farm case study to explore core hoof management factors that help ensure the longevity and productivity of dairy cows. Participants can look forward to learning about and critically analyzing the technical essentials of footbaths, risk factors afflicting maturing heifers, treatment and protocols for chronic cows and more. For a more detailed outline of workshop concepts, view the program flyer here

Meeting Locations

Tuesday, June 14
Ideal Dairy
239 Vaughn Road
Hudson Falls, New York

Tuesday, June 28
Grotegut Dairy
7427 Newton Road
Newton, Wisconsin

Thursday, June 30
Driftwood Dairy
47568 251st Street
Baltic, South Dakota

Training Sessions

This training is accredited and approved for continuing education (CE) credits in the amount of:
  • Up to 4.25 CEs in Dairy AdvanCE (DACE)
  • Up to 4 CEs in ARPAS credits 
To learn more or secure CE credits, visit www.DairyAdvance.org
 

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