This workshop, part of the Amazing Grazing Series of Educational Events, will be offered April 12, 2014 at Ramada Hotel & Conference Center, 1616 W. Crawford St. in Salina, KS. 785-823-1791.
People’s interaction with livestock can have either a negative or positive impact on animal
Locatelli of Cattlexpressions is a student of renowned animal handling
expert Bud Williams. Dr Lynn began her veterinary career in Benkelman,
Nebraska after graduating from UC Davis, and has 19 years of experience
in both large animal veterinary practice and consultation. She educates
many by private consultation and as a national and international speaker
at veterinary seminars and cattleman’s conferences. She resides in
Watrous, New Mexico.
PLEASE PLAN TO JOIN US FOR THIS VERY INFORMATIVE WORKSHOP!
9:05 Understanding Cattle Behavior in Order to Modify Our Behavior And Effectively Communicate with Cattle
10:00 Bud Williams Low Stress Cattle Handling Concepts and Techniques for Cattle Movement
11:00 Managing Cattle Movement During Grazing
1:00 Cow-Calf Production Event Management and Calf-Formative Behavior
2:00 Weaning, Acclimation and Transition Management
3:00 Processing and Shipping Facilities Design, Trouble Shooting and Effective Use
4:00 Wrap-Up and Questions, Turn in Evaluations
has a little different opinion about what low stress animal handling
means. Plan to attend this Low Stress Cattle Handling session to learn
cattle handling techniques that will improve cattle health, well being,
performance, handler safety and profitability in your operation.
Registration for the day is $25.00. You can register online or download a registration form
and mail it to the address given. A block of rooms for $52.00 is
reserved at Salina Ramada, 785-823-1791.